Liath holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Georgia State University School of Law, and Master of Science degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Liath was born and raised in Herzliya, Israel, and immigrated with her parents to the United States in 1985. Throughout her career, Liath has been driven to serve others. She holds a Master of Social Work from Rutgers University, and is dedicated to meeting clients where they are, while guiding them towards their goal. Prior to law school, Liath worked with affiliates of the Points of Light Foundation to ensure an active and informed citizen body. Liath began her legal career representing clients of Central Virginia Legal Aid Society in a variety of matters, including family and guardianship, consumer credit, public benefits, and access to healthcare.
Liath is licensed to practice law in Virginia and is a Qualified Guardian ad Litem for both minors and incapacitated adults. She is fluent in Hebrew and English. Liath has lived in over two dozen locations throughout the United States giving her a deep appreciation of this country’s diversity and a passion for helping those who want to call it home.
Areas of Practice
- 100% Immigration & Naturalization
- Virginia, 2015
- Tulane University, B.A., 1995
- Rutgers University, M.S.W., 2000
- London School of Economics and Political Science, M.S., 2003
- Georgia State University College of Law, J.D., Certificate in Health Law, 2015
- Fully bilingual (Hebrew and English written and spoken)