Elizabeth K. Philipp represents clients across several industries in complex civil litigation and class action defense. She maintains an active pro bono practice, representing prisoners in civil rights cases and Francophone asylum seekers. During law school, Elizabeth served as a research assistant for the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure and worked as a law clerk at the US Department of State and US Department of the Treasury. Prior to law school, she was a public policy researcher and pursued a Fulbright Grant in South Korea. Elizabeth is proficient in French.
Georgetown University Law Center, 2020, J.D.
Harvard Kennedy School of Government, 2020, M.P.P.
Sciences Po Law School, 2020, M.E.L.
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, 2013, B.A.