Ms. Elizabeth Olcott, known as Lisa to friends, clients as well as even opposing... more
Ms. Elizabeth Olcott, known as Lisa to friends, clients as well as even opposing counsel, graduated from Boston University with a BA in Psychology. She worked in the mental health field with adolescents at various facilities throughout New Hampshire and went on to law school at Franklin Pierce Law Center graduating in 1984. She worked in the Federal District Court as Law Clerk for Judge Laughli... view profile
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