Liz Price is a partner at Alston & Bird where she is the firm’s Professional Personnel Partner. In this position, Liz is responsible for the hiring, training, development, compensation and promotion of associates, patent agents and counsel as part of the firm’s overall integrated approach to talent management. She also serves as Alumni Relations Partner. From 1986 to 2008, Liz was a trial attorney at Alston & Bird and served as trial, regional and national coordinating counsel in major national products liability matters.
Liz is a past chair of ADL’s Southeast Region and is completing her term as National Civil Rights Chair and as a member of the National Advisory Committee. She is the current Chair of the NALP Foundation. She also serves on the boards of the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, The Atlanta Bar Foundation, Pace Academy, the UCLA Parents Council and the Southeast Regional Board for UNICEF. She received her B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies and her J.D. from George Washington University. Prior to attending college, Liz served on active duty in the U.S. Army as an interrogator/linguist.
Liz and her husband, Rick Blumen, have one son – Daniel – who is a freshman at UCLA (Go Bruins!) and one dog, Watson, who still lives at home.