Elisha D. Teibel

Mark C. Bachman
April 22, 2021
Theodore A. Joerg
August 9, 2019


PHONE: (716) 856-4200 Ext.1222

EMAIL: eteibel@gmclaw.com

Practice Area

Ms. Teibel’s practice includes business and commercial litigation as well as transactional matters. Ms. Teibel also has experience in real property matters and the defense of municipal litigation and property assessment challenges.



Ms. Teibel is a graduate of Niagara University, where she graduated summa cum laude. She received her Juris Doctor from William & Mary Law School.

Ms. Teibel was a member of the William & Mary Law School Environmental Law and Policy Review. Her student note, entitled “Waste Size: The Skinny On The Environmental Consequences Of The Fashion Industry,” was selected for publication in Volume 43, Issue 2 of the Environmental Law and Policy Review. Ms. Teibel was also the 2019 recipient of the Environmental Law and Policy Review’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship: Best Student Note.

Ms. Teibel was also selected as one of the law school recipients of the Law360 Distinguished Legal Writing Award for the 2020 Burton Awards. The Burton Awards—founded by William C. Burton, Esq., funded by the Burton Foundation, held in association with the Library of Congress, and sponsored by Law360 and the American Bar Association—were established in 1999 to honor the finest accomplishments in law across the nation, including writing, reform, public service and interest, regulatory innovation, and lifetime achievements in the profession. The Distinguished Legal Writing Award is conferred upon law school writers whose legal articles demonstrate creativity, clarity, and a true understanding and mastery of the law and each law school in the country may nominate only one student article for this honor. Ms. Teibel’s publication “Waste Size: The Skinny on the Environmental Costs of the Fashion Industry” was nominated by William & Mary Law School and after careful review by the esteemed members of the Academic Board, Ms. Teibel’s legal note was selected as one of the fifteen winners of this Burton Award.

Ms. Teibel is admitted to practice in the State of New York, the United States District Court for the Western District of New York, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of New York, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Bar Association of Erie County, and the Western New York Chapter of the Women’s Bar Association.

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