Elizabeth Tuttle received her J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School. While at Harvard, Elizabeth was a student attorney with the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, where she represented indigent clients in family law and housing matters in the Boston area. She served as a vice president of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, co-founded the Harvard Law School Feminist Collective, and was co-president of Harvard Law Students for Reproductive Justice. She spent her 1L summer with the New York Legal Assistance Group’s Family Law Unit and her 2L summer with the Bronx Defenders. Prior to law school, Elizabeth lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on a Fulbright research fellowship studying social movements. She received her undergraduate degree from Smith College, where she graduated summa cum laude. She is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.