Senior Law Clerk
- Touro Law Center
- Law Review
- St. John’s University, B.S. (Legal Studies, 2012)
Elizabeth Sy is a second-year honors program student at Touro Law Center, where she concentrates in the areas of corporate and securities laws. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the Touro Law Review, the Contract Law Lecturer for first-year students in the Legal Education Access Summer Program, and the teaching assistant for Contracts I and II. She serves as Treasurer of the Public Interest Law Society and she is also a member of the Business Law Society.
In college, Elizabeth was the Treasurer of the DaSilva Residence Hall, where she prepared the budget and helped put together various programs. She was also a staff writer for the school’s legal newspaper, The Notorious.
During her free time, she enjoys giving back to her community. She is a member of New York Cares and has worked on projects in connection with children’s education. In addition, she is an IRS-certified VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Volunteer, in which she is able to prepare taxes for low to moderate income individuals, the disabled and the elderly.
Elizabeth is conversational in Spanish.