Elizabeth Vulaj is an associate attorney located in the firm's New York office where she focuses her practice on toxic tort litigation. She has experience drafting and reviewing federal complaints, motions, notices and legal memorandums, and has also conducted client interviews and extensive legal research.
Prior to joining Segal McCambridge, Ms. Vulaj worked as an associate attorney at a New York City based law firm focused on business, media, sports and entertainment law. In this position, she provided legal counsel and advice to clients in the entertainment and business industries. As a law student, she held positions as a law clerk, legal intern and also worked as a judicial intern for the New York Court of Appeals.
Ms. Vulaj received her J.D. from CUNY School of Law. While there, she served as the Digital Articles Editor of the CUNY Law Review and was a member of the CUNY Law Moot Court team. Ms. Vulaj also holds a M.A. in Journalism from New York University and a B.A. in Journalism from State University of New York at Purchase. In addition to being admitted to practice in New York, Ms. Vulaj is also a certified Notary Public for the State of New York.
"Sexual Violence During the Kosovo War: How Acknowledging Rape as a Jus Cogens Violation and Other Steps Can Bring Justice to All Victims," Gonzaga Journal of International Law (December 2015).