Lilias’s practice focuses on litigation, particularly in areas of labor and employment. She has experience researching and drafting policies to help businesses comply with employment laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Lilias first joined Woods Rogers as a summer associate in 2018. She graduated cum laude from the University of Richmond School of Law, where she was an editor of the Journal of Law and Technology. Lilias also interned with the Virginia Attorney General’s office in the Labor and Employment Division.
An avid runner, Lilias completed her first marathon at 11 years old. During her undergraduate years at Wake Forest University, she played Division I soccer in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
A Shot at Immunity: Can Employers Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations?, Opening Statement, Winter 2020-2021
Public Sector Unions Are Coming to a Town Near You | February 9, 2021
Virginia’s COVID-19 Emergency Standards Are Now Permanent | February 1, 2021
DOL Revises FFCRA Regulations – Here we go again! (Coronavirus and the Law) | September 14, 2020
IPMA-Va Spring Conference | 2021 Legal Updates | March 23, 2021
Tennessee Credit Union League | COVID-19 in 2021: Legal Updates | January 21, 2021
Kentucky Credit Union League | Q&A: COVID-19 in 2021 | January 14, 2021
Charlottesville SHRM | Airtight Writing: Protect Your Workplace and Your Employees with Better Job Descriptions | November 10, 2020
Virginia Credit Union League | Virginia’s Updated Workplace Standards & EFMLA | August 5, 2020
Virginia Tech Roanoke Center | Airtight Writing: Protect Your Workplace and Your Employees with Better Job Descriptions | August 12, 2020
Virginia Tech Roanoke Center | Emergency Leave and FLSA: Post COVID-19 and Beyond | July 29, 2020
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