Liz Och, ‘13
Hogan Lovells US LLP, Denver, CO

At Michigan, Liz received the Irving Stenn Jr. Award for her outstanding leadership and contributions to the Law School.

Liz, who earned a dual degree in law and environmental policy, was president of the Law School Student Senate, a board member of Student Funded Fellowships and the Environmental Law Society, and cofounder and managing editor of the Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law—all of which receive support through gifts to the Law School Fund.

I learned to manage my time and work with different groups of people, which is valuable in my ever-changing work as a litigator.”

“What best prepared me for practice was my extracurricular involvement,” says Liz. “I learned to manage my time and work with different groups of people, which is valuable in my ever-changing work as a litigator.”

Saying thank you with her own gifts to the Law School Fund is important to her, even as a relatively recent graduate. “Giving back is a no-brainer. It embodies the spirit of the Michigan Law community.”