Liz Weil, Editor in Chief
Liz grew up in the Bay Area, CA and graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA in 2011 with a degree in Foreign Languages and International Affairs. Liz’s interest in public service and the criminal justice system began in college when she volunteered at the Pierce County Juvenile Court writing diversion agreements for youth and at the Crystal Judson Family Justice Center supporting survivors of domestic violence in protection order court. After graduation, Liz worked in Denver Public Schools as a bilingual elementary school teacher through Teach For America. She interned with the Denver District Attorney’s Office during the fall of 2015 and with Judge Christine Arguello on the Federal District Court for the District of Colorado in the spring of 2016. Her interest in litigation brought her to Squire Patton Boggs during the summer of 2016. Liz is excited for 3L year and to serve as the EIC of the Criminal Law Review!