Elizabeth M. Lynch is a staff attorney at MFY Legal Services, Inc. a non-profit legal services provider in New York City. As part of MFY’s Foreclosure Prevention Project, Elizabeth represents homeowners in the judicial foreclosure process in Queens and Staten Island in an effort to save their homes. In addition to her individual representation, she has also brought foreclosure-related class actions in the Eastern District of New York. She has been invited to speak at various conferences, including the National Consumer Law Centers’ Consumer Rights Litigation Conference, the Practicing Law Institute’s One-Hour Briefing series, at the Queens Volunteer Lawyers Project, and at Yale Law School. Elizabeth graduated summa cum laude from the University of Albany (SUNY), received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and was a Fulbright scholar at Peking University in Beijing. Elizabeth also runs a blog, China Law & Policy, which focuses on legal reform in China.