Elizabeth Daniel Vazquez
Elizabeth Daniel Vasquez joined NSB as an associate in 2013, bringing her interest and experience in criminal and capital defense and forensic science to work on cases at the intersection of criminal justice reform and civil rights.
While at NYU School of Law, Elizabeth worked with a number of indigent criminal defense organizations, gaining experience in litigation at all phases of the criminal process from arraignment and trial at The Defender Association in Seattle, Washington, to direct appeal at the ACLU’s Capital Punishment Project in Durham, North Carolina, to post-conviction appeals in Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice and Capital Defense Clinic in Montgomery, Alabama. Elizabeth also assisted Professors Erin Murphy and Brandon Garrett in drafting their Brief of 14 Scholars of Forensic Evidence as Amici Curiae Supporting Respondent in Maryland v. King, addressing the constitutionality of DNA collection from arrestees.
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