Elizabeth Williamson is an associate attorney at The Spitz Law firm. In 2011, Elizabeth graduated from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. During law school, Elizabeth gained extensive experience in advocacy volunteering at Legal Aid of Western Ohio, working as a legal intern for the City of Columbus Labor Relations Division, and as a summer associate specializing in complex business litigation. As Chief Note Editor of The Ohio State University Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal, her law review article, entitled, “When Talk Isn’t Cheap, The Hidden Costs of Communication with Putative Class Members for Class Action Defense Counsel in a Post-Financial Recession World” was cited by the US Chamber of Commerce in its amicus curiae brief before the U.S. Supreme Court in Smith et al. v. Bayer Corporation, No. 09-1205. Prior to coming to the Spitz Law Firm, Elizabeth gained extensive legal experience as an attorney with one of the largest law firms in the world. There, Elizabeth was responsible for a variety of matters working in all areas of civil litigation. Elizabeth was particularly focused on the discovery stage of litigation, and through her previous work experience, she has become very familiar with the defense tactics employed by large corporations as they litigate cases. As an associate at The Spitz Law Firm, Elizabeth currently centers her advocacy efforts in employment law.Education
- Wayne High School, Huber Heights, Ohio 2003
- Dominican University of California, San Rafael, California 2007
- The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, Columbus, Ohio 2011
- Elizabeth is licensed to practice in all state of Ohio courts.