Elizabeth A. Adams is a member at Terrell Marshall Law Group, where she has practiced since 2015. She concentrates her practice on class action litigation and appeals on behalf of workers, consumers, and marginalized groups in both state and federal court. Examples of Elizabeth’s work include representation of workers wrongfully denied compensation for work performed and for missed breaks; constitutional challenges to state and local laws, policies, and practices; and appellate amicus briefing in support of worker and consumer rights. Elizabeth graduated from UCLA School of Law with Order of the Coif recognition in 2012. Prior to joining TMLG, Elizabeth served as a law clerk to the Honorable Dean D. Pregerson, the Honorable George Wu, and the Honorable John A. Kronstadt, all of the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Elizabeth was born and raised in Seattle. After many years in other parts of the country for college, Teach For America, law school, and clerking, Elizabeth is happy to be settled permanently back in the Pacific Northwest. When not practicing law, Elizabeth enjoys running, hiking, reading, puzzles, and trips to the park with her three young daughters.