Elizabeth Noonan-Pomada joined Ropes & Gray as an associate in the litigation department in 2017. Before joining the firm, Elizabeth was a summer associate in the Chicago office.
During law school, Elizabeth worked as a student attorney for the St. Louis County Public Defender’s office and interned for the Midwest Innocence Project. Elizabeth served as a senior editor of Washington University Law Review, was on the board of the Public Service Advisory Board, and was a finalist in the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court competition.
- Representing a medical device company pursuant to its global anti-corruption resolution with the United States Security Exchange Commission, and its ongoing independent compliance consultant oversight through 2020.
- Conducting investigations in Brazil and India for a leading global life sciences company into alleged fraud and corruption.
- Assisting with a global post-merger anti-corruption risk assessment for a publicly-traded multinational pharmaceutical company following a material acquisition of another multinational.
- Counseling a publicly-traded international food and beverage company on development of an ethics and compliance program and advising the company on anti-corruption third-party due diligence around the world.
- Representing several mutual fund investment advisers against claims of excessive fees under Section 36(b) of the Investment Company Act of 1940.
- Pro Bono: Obtained asylum for Tajik woman persecuted on account of her non-conformity with prevailing social, political, and religious norms and who feared future persecution on account of her sexual orientation.
- JD, summa cum laude; Order of the coif, Washington University in St. Louis Law School, 2017
- BA (Government and Gender Studies), magna cum laude, Franklin & Marshall College, 2014; Phi Beta Kappa