Miriam E. Marks is an associate in Lieff Cabraser’s San Francisco office and works primarily on class actions and multidistrict litigation in the firm’s torts and antitrust practice groups. Recently these have included the McKinsey & Co. National Prescription Opiate MDL, the National Prescription Opiate MDL, the California Bail Bonds Antitrust litigation, and the Generic Drugs Pricing Antitrust MDL. Miriam was also a member of the San Francisco opioid bellwether trial team.
Miriam graduated from New York University School of Law in 2019, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the N.Y.U. Law Review (Vol. 93-94) and spent her summers at the Civil Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of New York, and at Lieff Cabraser in San Francisco. Following law school, Miriam clerked for Judge Pamela K. Chen of the Eastern District of New York. Prior to law school, Miriam managed data-driven web tools at a nonprofit organization advocating for campaign finance transparency and reform. Miriam was a 2019 FASPE Law Fellow in professional ethics and a San Francisco-based Coro Fellow in Public Affairs from 2012-13.
Miriam is also involved in the firm’s LGBTQ-related amicus work and is a co-chair of the Asian American Bar Association’s LGBTQ Committee.
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