Elizabeth defends companies in product liability actions centered on a range of subjects, including smoking-and-health cases and personal care products claims. Her work includes drafting motions and discovery requests as well as researching and writing on procedural, evidentiary and substantive issues. Elizabeth also represents insurance companies on a flat-fee basis.
Elizabeth honed her writing and editing skills in law school, where she earned recognition—and, later, a position as a teaching assistant—in UC Hastings' first-year moot court and legal research and writing courses. Elizabeth also served as the executive notes editor of the Hastings Law Journal, which published her article on the U.S. Supreme Court’s limit on the definition of “supervisor” and the decision’s effect on harassment and discrimination claims under Title VII.
Elizabeth Lee, Simplicity v. Reality in the Workplace: Balancing the Aims of Vance v. Ball State University and the Fair Employment Protection Act, 67 Hastings L.J. 1769 (2016).