Elizabeth is a public lands and wildlife staff attorney. She is based in Washington.
Prior to joining Earthjustice, Elizabeth was a litigation fellow at the Natural Resources Defense Council and clerked for the Honorable Thomas S. Zilly in the Western District of Washington. She has a law degree from Harvard, where she was a Managing Editor of the Harvard Environmental Law Review, and an undergraduate degree in environmental science from Brown. Prior to law school, she worked at EPA Region IX on issues related to solid waste and recycling on tribal land.
Not Admitted in Washington. Admitted to practice in California.
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