Attorney Elizabeth Abramson Joins mctlaw
Mctlaw is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Elizabeth Abramson to the Firm’s Vaccine Injury Practice Group.
Previously, Ms. Abramson worked in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) as a federal judicial law clerk to Chief Special Master Brian Corcoran in the United States Court of Federal Claims Office of Special Masters. Her work included extensive research on legal precedent for unique procedural issues and writing memoranda outlining how the Office of Special Masters should rule on those issues.
“I absolutely loved the experience of being a law clerk in the Court of Federal Claims,” says Abramson. “As an attorney, I enjoyed learning about vaccine injury cases, about rare medical conditions, and listening to experts from all over the world discuss the relationship between those diseases and vaccination.”
Ms. Abramson is also an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, where she earned her law degree with honors.
“We are very excited to have Elizabeth Abramson join us! With her experience working inside the Court of Federal Claims and her passion to advocate for people suffering adverse reactions, she will be a tremendous asset to those who need our help,” says Managing Partner Altom Maglio. Ms. Abramson works out of the Firm’s Washington, DC office.
Elizabeth is originally from Pottsville, Pennsylvania where she grew up on a farm in a small town with a population of fewer than 200 people. She now lives in Philadelphia with her husband and pets. In her time off she enjoys reading, writing, snowboarding, and watching foreign films. She is also an environmental activist and focuses a lot of her attention on promoting a minimal waste lifestyle and sustainability.
About mctlaw: Our Firm has more than 20 years of experience litigating in the VICP in the United States Court of Federal Claims. The Firm’s other practice areas include Federal takings claims, government contract disputes, commercial and construction litigation, business law, and other complex civil litigation. Learn more about mctlaw at www.mctlaw.com