Liz is an associate in the firm’s litigation and insurance defense practice groups. She defends insurance companies, corporations, and individuals in cases including premises liability, construction, and wrongful death actions.
Liz joined Pierce & Mandell after her recent graduation from Vanderbilt University Law School. Prior to getting her law degree, Liz worked for multiple Boston-based non-profit organizations in development, including Boston Children’s Hospital Trust, where she oversaw and managed various fundraising efforts and direct marketing programs.
Liz is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts. Outside of work Liz identifies as a theatre aficionado, avid bookworm, and student of the culinary arts.
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