Elizabeth Kim joined Lanzone Morgan, LLP, as a law clerk in August 2022 and then as an attorney in November of the same year. After graduating from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2018 with a B.A. in political science, Elizabeth attended Chapman University, Dale E. Fowler School of Law with a merit scholarship. While in law school, she earned the 2022 Frank Simpson III Scholarship for Excellence in Advocacy because of her success competing on the Mock Trial, Moot Court, and Alternative Dispute Resolution teams. Elizabeth also served as the Competitions Chair for the Moot Court Board and Mock Trial Team and received CALI Awards for achieving the highest grade in Evidence, Trial Practice, and Contract Drafting.
During her time at Berkeley, Elizabeth volunteered for organizations such as Berkeley Copwatch and the Sage Elementary School mentorship program, which laid the groundwork for her commitment to social justice and advocacy. Her advocacy skills were refined through speech and debate competitions, where she became a state and national champion in two forms of parliamentary debate, NPDA and IPDA.
Raised with three younger brothers in a close-knit family, Elizabeth learned the importance of being a voice for the voiceless. After her younger brother was diagnosed with cancer, she became painfully aware of the corporate greed that cripples our healthcare system. At Lanzone Morgan, Elizabeth has been given the perfect platform to fight against this corporate greed permeating every aspect of our healthcare system, and she hopes to make a lasting impact by advocating for those in need. With an unwavering belief in the power of law to effect positive change, she continues to work diligently for her clients and the community.