Former White House official Liang joins ST&R
Elan Liang, a former special assistant to President Bush, has joined Miami-based trade law firm Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg as a trade advisor.
Liang has spent the last 10 years in government service, both in the White House and on Capitol Hill. Most recently she served for nearly four years as a special assistant to President Bush for legislative affairs. She also served six years in the House of Representatives on the staff of Reps. Pete Sessions and Michael Pappas, working as a legislative assistant for both before becoming Sessions’ legislative director.
Liang will advise clients on how U.S. trade policies, negotiations and legislative initiatives affect their interests and help them devise and implement strategies for successful lobbying efforts before Congress and the executive branch, the firm said.