Elizabeth Eiland, a Montgomery native known as Liz, joined Beasley Allen in 2012 as a lawyer in the firm’s Mass Torts section. Liz is currently investigating injuries caused by Mirena, a dangerous hormone-releasing IUD that can cause uterine perforation, migration outside the uterus and even embedment in the uterus itself. She was previously involved in the firm’s litigation against the drug Actos, which was used to treat Type 2 diabetes, but increased the risk of bladder cancer, especially with prolonged use.
Liz earned her Bachelor of Music Education degree from Troy University in 2006, graduating summa cum laude. She served as Vice President of the Alabama Executive Board for the Collegiate Music Educators National Conference. Liz is a member of the honor society Phi Kappa Phi. Prior to attending law school, Liz taught kindergarten through fifth grade elementary music and chorus for Fulton County Schools in Georgia.
Liz earned her J.D. from Cumberland School of Law in May 2012, graduating cum laude. While at Cumberland, she served as Research Editor of the Cumberland Law Review. She has a published casenote: Elizabeth A. Eiland, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—FIRST AMENDMENT—SECTION 441B’S PROHIBITION AGAINST THE USE OF CORPORATE TREASURY FUNDS FOR EXPRESS ADVOCACY VIOLATES THE FIRST AMENDMENT. CITIZENS UNITED V. FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION, 130 S. CT. 876 (2010)., Cumberland Law Review, Volume 41, Number 1, 2010–2011, 179; and an additional byline: Eleventh Circuit: Survey of Recent Decisions—Civil Procedure—Pleading in Diversity Actions, 41 Cum. L. Rev. 428 (2011).
Liz says it was important for her to find a practice like that at Beasley Allen, one where she could be challenged daily to help make a positive difference in the lives of her clients. She says she is thankful to work for a firm that is well-respected, both locally and nationally, and honors its motto of “helping those who need it most.”
Liz is married to Lance Eiland, pastor of Robinson Springs United Methodist Church in Millbrook. They have one dog named Toby. In her free time, Liz enjoys playing the saxophone with the “Prattville Pops,” and kayaking in the Autauga Creek. Liz, a very good lawyer, is a hard worker who is dedicated to the causes of her clients. We are blessed to have her with the firm.
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