Elisabeth is a warm, energetic communicator who understands lawyers. She has been an educator and instructor for more than 15 years. Since 2009, she has specialized in legal audiences: presenting, coaching and providing feedback to law professors, attorneys, pre-law advisors, and law school applicants. She has led committees of attorneys and law school faculty on topics ranging from bias and racism to online instruction to curricular and character and fitness matters. Prior work experiences at the White House and the Federal Emergency Management Agency mean Elisabeth brings a sense of urgency and a focus on results to her work with high performing professionals. Elisabeth attended Yale Law School and Carleton College.
Audiences and clients appreciate that Elisabeth’s sessions are well-researched, relevant, engaging and packed with actionable takeaways. She sparkles with intelligence and humor.
Affiliations and Membership
Affiliate Faculty Member, UHM Center for Teaching Excellence
Member, UHM Commission on Racism and Bias
Immediate Past Chair, UHM William S. Richardson School of Law Task Force on Online Instruction Readiness
Co-Chair, American Association of Law Schools Section on Law School Admissions
Board Member, Law School Transparency
Executive Board Member, Law School Admissions Minority Network
Board Member, Pacific Coast Association of Pre-Law Advisors
- Mentor in Law, May 18, 2021 (Recording available at YouTube)
- AALS Pre-Law & Admission to Law School Section
- Yale Law School Career Development Office
- The 2021 Lavender Law® Conference & Career Fair Virtual Event
See also https://www.wfhuniv.com/events/.
Elisabeth teaches presentation skills that are applicable across videoconferencing platforms – ZOOM, Teams, Skype, Google Meet, etc. She offers:
- engaging workshops on how to communicate effectively on camera
- just-in-time training for online presenters and participants
- impactful, online interview prep for applicants and interviewers
In addition to her popular "Webcam Like You Mean It" introductory webinar, Elisabeth offers programs on lighting; sound; camera placement and eye lines; wardrobe; make-up; and set design (virtual and otherwise). She has developed programming on the following topics.
- conduct effective online meetings
- develop inclusive norms for leading remote teams
- manage difficult conversations about racism and bias
Elisabeth is available to comment on these trends and hot topics.
- why lawyer-types should care what they look and sound like on Zoom
- free and DIY tips to feel more confident on camera
- teaching strategies to engage online learners
- considerations for first-time online presenters
- steps People of Color can take to look more like themselves on camera
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