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Elizabeth L. Lyons, Attorney

Elizabeth L. Lyons- Liberation Law GroupElizabeth Lyons joined Liberation Law Group, P.C. in October 2020. Elizabeth has a longstanding commitment to fighting for workers’ rights and equality in the workplace. She previously worked as an investigator for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for nine years where she investigated and settled cases involving workplace discrimination, racial and sexual harassment, and unlawful retaliation.  She obtained significant workplace changes and monetary relief on behalf of employees. She is committed to fighting for each person’s unqualified right to dignity and equality in the workplace.

While working for the EEOC, Elizabeth attended the University of San Francisco School of Law’s evening program.  She earned a certificate in Labor & Employment Law, was the recipient of the ABA-Bloomberg BNA Award for Excellence in the Study of Labor and Employment Law, the CALI Award for Excellence in Legal Research, Writing & Analysis II, and served as a President of the Labor and Employment Law Student Association. She graduated cum laude in May 2019.

Following law school, she worked as an associate attorney for a plaintiff-side firm in San Francisco focusing on class action and impact litigation, including equal pay cases.

Elizabeth received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington in Seattle and dual degrees in Economics and International Studies.

Elizabeth is admitted to the State Bar of California. She is a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, the American Association of Justice, and the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association.


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