Elizabeth Vulaj is an Albanian-American attorney born and raised primarily in New York City.
Elizabeth attended Bard High School Early College on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, where she obtained both her High School Diploma and Associate of Arts Degree in four consecutive years. She transferred her academic credits to SUNY Purchase, where she graduated with her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism at just age 19. She then matriculated at New York University, where she obtained her Master of Arts degree in journalism at age 21 on a partial academic scholarship.
Elizabeth always had her sights set on law school, and obtained her J.D. degree from CUNY School of Law just a few years later. She is now admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey, with prior articles published in the New York State Bar Association Journal, the New England Law Review, and the Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal, to name a few. She practices primarily in commercial litigation and intellectual property law. She is also very passionate about First Amendment rights, media law, and protecting the ability of journalists to report freely as members of the press, which all combine her deep appreciation for great journalism and reporting with zealous legal advocacy.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Elizabeth Vulaj