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Elizabeth Smith is a senior associate in the Litigation Group at Thelen Reid Brown Raysman & Steiner, LLP, practicing in the areas of commercial litigation, regulatory affairs, and employment law. She has appeared in state and federal court and before various administrative agencies, representing clients in the banking, financial services, securities, insurance, public utilities, telecommunications, and health care industries.


Elizabeth has spoken at conferences and has published articles on various topics, including consumer lending law, employment law, disability law, and regulation of the health care industry.


Prior to attending law and business school, Ms. Smith worked for over thirteen years as a clinical laboratory scientist in the health care industry.


Bar Admissions



Court Admissions

Supreme Court of the United States
U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut



Practice areas


  1. Litigation: 75%
  2. Employment & Labor: 10%
  3. Business: 10%
  4. Intellectual Property: 5%

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Thelen Reid Brown Raysman & Steiner LLP

185 Asylum Street
Cityplace II, 10th Floor
Hartford, CT, 06103-3408


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Association namePosition nameDuration
Connecticut Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Oliver Ellsworth Inn of CourtMemberN/A
Connecticut Bar Association, Standing Committee on ProfessionalismMemberN/A
Regional Council of Lawyers for Children AmericaMemberN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
Thelen Reid Brown Raysman & Steiner, LLPConsumer Lending Laws - Avoiding Violations and Responding to Complaints2007
The Abstract - American College of Mortgage AttorneysA Borrower's Best Interests: Subjective 'Tangible Net Benefit' Test Leaves Residential Mortgage Lenders in a Quandry2006
Tyler Cooper & Alcorn, LLPPaternalism and the ADA: To What Extent Can Employers Protect Employees from Themselves?2002
Connecticut Law ReviewNote, Hunte v. Blumenthal: A Case of Mistaken Identity?1997
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Connecticut School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor - Honors1998
University of ConnecticutN/AMBA1998
Mississippi State UniversityMedical TechnologyBS - Bachelor of Science1982