“Encountering discrimination—whether at work, school, or elsewhere—is a profoundly destabilizing experience. It can cause those affected to question their value to society and their place in the world. My goals are to place the burden of discrimination where it belongs by holding perpetrators to account and to represent clients in a way that honors their experiences and empowers them to move forward.”
Elizabeth W. Fletcher is an associate attorney with Correia & Puth, PLLC. She advocates for clients in all aspects of the firm’s litigation practice, including employment discrimination, retaliation, Title IX, and discrimination in public accommodations.
Prior to her work with Correia & Puth, Ms. Fletcher gained extensive experience and exposure to the judicial process in Washington, D.C. Ms. Fletcher served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Phyllis D. Thompson of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. She also clerked for Judge John M. Mott and Judge Fern Flanagan Saddler of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Thereafter, Ms. Fletcher litigated commercial matters with a DC law firm.
Ms. Fletcher earned her Juris Doctor from Howard University School of Law. During law school, she served as a student attorney in the Civil Rights Clinic and was also a member of the Charles Hamilton Houston National Moot Court Team. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Chinese cum laude from the College of William & Mary, where she was admitted as a William & Mary Scholar.
Ms. Fletcher is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia and Maryland.