Georgia State University
Atlanta, Georgia 2013
B.B.A in Finance
Mercer University School of Law
Macon, Georgia 2016
In her undergraduate career at Georgia State University Elizabeth maintained HOPE scholarship, served as the Vice President of Phi Mu Fraternity, and was a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success.
In law school Elizabeth was a member of the Health Law Society and the Association of Women Law Students. She interned at the District Attorney's office in Muscogee County. In her last year of law school, she worked for a firm doing estate planning and business law.
After school she continued her interest in community involvement by starting a local chapter of Kiwanis Club in Harris County. She served as President and organized many events for the community. She began her practice of law in the Public Defenders Office in Troup County. Elizabeth represented indigent children and their families in Lagrange Georgia. She worked with organizations such as the Troup County School System, the Division of Family and Children Services, and the department of Juvenile Justice. Her experience practicing in Juvenile Court has been instrumental in her family law practice. She has a passion for helping families and their children in difficult times.
On a personal level, Elizabeth enjoys gardening, cooking, going to concerts, and spending time with friends and family.