Liz Guinan is a 3L at St. Thomas University School of Law and is the Outreach Coordinator of the Intellectual Property and Cyber Law Society, Vice President of the Federal Bar Association Student Division, member of the Moot Court Board, national member of the Hispanic National Bar Association, and member of the Peter T. Fay Inn of Court. She is currently pursuing the Intellectual Property Certificate at St. Thomas University. During her law school career, Liz was a judicial intern in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida.
During 2022, as a moot court member, Liz was a research assistant for the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition. Additionally, Liz competed in the Emory Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court Competition. In Spring 2023, Liz will have her article, Cryptocurrency Mining’s Future: The IRA and the Importance of Uniform Federal Regulations, published by the American University Washington College of Law Sustainable Development Law & Policy journal. This piece speaks about cryptocurrency mining and the regulatory measures that should be imposed to help alleviate the environmental effects.
Prior to attending law school, Liz graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor of Arts double major in Political Science and International Relations and a certificate in National Security.
Liz is fluent in English and Spanish.