Elizabeth Charles supports clients in litigation and dispute resolution.
Elizabeth served as a law clerk for the Office of Litigation of the Small Business Association in Washington, DC. As a clerk, Elizabeth researched federal regulations, standard operating procedures and case law to analyze constitutional, regulatory, bankruptcy and procurement law issues, and drafted legal memoranda and agency correspondence.
During law school, Elizabeth was a summer associate for Faegre Drinker. She conducted legal research and drafted memoranda on intellectual property rights, enforcement of contracts, and changes in secured transaction law. She also drafted court documents including motions for summary judgment and notices of removal. In addition, Elizabeth assisted with a long-term, multi-office pro-bono research project regarding human trafficking.
Elizabeth enjoys running and practicing yoga. She is also an avid home cook and baker, and on the weekends she often spends time experimenting in the kitchen.
University of Virginia School of Law
J.D. Virginia Journal of Criminal Law - Editorial Board (2020)
B.A. in Economics (2013)
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Firm Blog Contributions
- Spotlight on Benefits – a blog offering practical insight on legal developments which impact benefit plans
- Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2021-22