Elizabeth Wang is a 2L at Loyola Law School. After graduating from Southwest Baptist University in Missouri, she went on to work for Boeing as a contracts negotiator (i.e. anyone need an airplane? Satellite? Patent license?) Elizabeth realized the next logical step to advance her career meant attending law school. Elizabeth spent her summer before school traveling to New Zealand in search of the One Ring and sheep. The sheep were found as seen in her profile picture.
This summer Elizabeth adventured into the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office as a law clerk in the Organized Crime Division. There is about as much organized crime to be found in Los Angeles, as there are sheep in New Zealand so it has made for an interesting summer. In addition to her position in PILF, she is a board member for Loyola Law School’s Business Law Society, and will be clerking in bankruptcy court during the spring of 2017.