Elizabeth Kase joined Kase & Druker in 2003 and was named partner in 2004. Since joining the firm, she has become a leading female criminal defense attorney on Long Island. She brings exceptional experience, deeply felt commitment, and boundless energy to her advocacy. Elizabeth represents clients in matters ranging from misdemeanor matters, such as DWI and drug offenses, to complex white-collar felonies, including mortgage fraud, insider trading, and large-scale corporate embezzlement schemes. Prior to joining Kase & Druker, Elizabeth served as an Assistant District Attorney in the New York County District Attorney's Office under the legendary Robert M. Morgenthau. As an Assistant District Attorney, she perfected her investigatory and trial skills. She successfully prosecuted hundreds of cases pertaining to: sex crimes, domestic violence, narcotics, cyber-crime, and complex white-collar felonies. She is admitted to practice law in New York State, the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the Supreme Court of the United States. Elizabeth is also a Village Justice of Baxter Estates in Port Washington. She is a lectures frequently on topics relating to criminal law and adolescents. Elizabeth is a member of numerous professional associations and organizations including: Criminal Courts Bar Association, Nassau County, Nassau County Women's Bar Association, Yashar, Hadassah, Theodore Roosevelt American Inn of Court, Nassau County Chapter, Nassau County Bar Association, Member of Nassau Crime Lab Investigative/Legislative Committee, New York State Defenders Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Partnership to Advance Women Leaders. In 2007, Elizabeth was named by the Long Island Business News as one of "40 Rising Stars Under 40" for her professional accomplishments and advocacy work. Elizabeth earned her A.B. from Smith College and her J.D. from Cardozo Law School.