Mayer Brown announced that Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Elizabeth Mann (Los Angeles) was elected as a member of the Chancery Club of Los Angeles.

Ms. Mann concentrates her practice at Mayer Brown on health care regulatory and litigation matters and co-leads the firm’s significant Health Care practice. As an active member of the Los Angeles legal community, she is a board member of the Constitutional Rights Foundation. She is the chair emeritus of the Litigation Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and a former member of the board of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers. Ms. Mann also serves as the secretary of the board of directors of LA’s Promise, a non-profit that partners with Los Angeles Unified School District to manage three inner city high schools. In addition, LA’s Promise will soon open two charter schools in downtown Los Angeles.

Founded in 1925, the Chancery Club of Los Angeles is composed of distinguished lawyers who are active in professional, civic and philanthropic organizations. Its members have held positions of honor and responsibility in important legal, judicial, academic, governmental and civic organizations.