Michaela Lieberman works as a staff attorney and the Health Justice Legal Fellow at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Charlottesville. She co-directs the Common Cause Medical-Legal Partnership between LAJC and the University of Virginia Health System, an initiative designed to strengthen the social determinants affecting the health of low-income patients through legal advocacy. Michaela co-directs UVA Law’s Health & Disability Law Clinic, and serves as an adjunct faculty member at UVA’s Public Health Sciences School.
Lieberman graduated from Middlebury College and William & Mary Law School, where she was awarded the Honor Council’s Golden Gavel Award for her positive contributions to the law school, and the Thurgood Marshall Award for outstanding commitment to public service.
- J.D.College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law2018
- B.A.Middlebury College2011
Faculty in the News
Ruth Mason, Can the ‘California Effect’ Survive in a Hyperpartisan America? (The New York Times Magazine)