Elizabeth Trujillo focuses her practice on complex litigation matters.

During law school, Ms. Trujillo was a summer associate at a national trial firm, at WilmerHale, and at a global patent, intellectual property litigation and commercial litigation law firm. She participated in the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic and volunteered for the Stanford Law COVID Pro Bono Project and the Domestic Violence Pro Bono Project. 

Before her legal career, Ms. Trujillo was a senior research associate and engineer at a  biotechnology company developing transformative cell therapies for patients with cancer, autoimmune diseases and other serious conditions. 


  • Education

    • JD, Stanford Law School, 2021

      Stanford Law Dean’s Award 2021, Pro Bono Distinction

      Senior Development Editor, Stanford Law Review

    • BS, Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016

  • Admissions

    • New York