Elizabeth Fisher

Adjunct Professor of Law



Elizabeth Fisher joined the Carolina Law faculty as an adjunct professor in 2023. She teaches the Supreme Court Program, which provides an opportunity for students to assist in representation of clients before the United States Supreme Court. Students learn the mechanics of Supreme Court representation through identifying possible candidates for review and preparing petitions for review, oppositions, amicus briefs, and merits briefs. Fisher attended UNC Law where she was the Editor in Chief of the North Carolina Law Review and graduated with high honors. After law school, Fisher clerked for Judge David B. Sentelle of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. She currently practices law at Wiley Rein in Washington, D.C.


  • UNC Law (2019)
  • NCSU (2016)