Elizabeth is originally from Bolingbrook, IL (a southwest suburb of Chicago). She attended college at Indiana University in Bloomington, where she was a Little 5 bike rider for Last Chance Cycling. After college, Elizabeth attended Valparaiso University Law School. During law school, she clerked for the Honorable Judge May of the Indiana Court of Appeals, as well as clerking for a local Valparaiso personal injury firm (Langer & Langer), a Noblesville general practice firm (Church Church Hittle and Antrim) and serving as a Legal Intern for the Tax Clinic at the law school. Elizabeth graduated Summa Cum Laude from Valpo in 2016.
After law school, Elizabeth joined the Office of the Indiana Attorney General in Indianapolis and began a two year fellowship program where she rotates through almost every department of the Attorney General’s Office. Since law school, she has also taken the IL Bar exam and is admitted to the IL, IN, Seventh Circuit, and Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana Bars.
After moving to Indianapolis after law school, Elizabeth had the opportunity to get involved in the IndyBar, and has found her membership to be very beneficial. Whether it be the networking events, CLEs, or even Bench Bar, the collegiality of those involved in the IndyBar make the experience worthwhile.
Outside of work and her involvement in the IndyBar, Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her family, and her fiancé, Ross and their pomeranian and beagle. She also enjoys running, taking trips to the dog park and watching IU Basketball (even when they may not make the tournament).
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