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Elizabeth has demonstrated a significant commitment to serving: her peers, under-represented populations, and the public as a whole.
She grew-up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science.
Elizabeth earned several scholarships to study law at Southwestern Law School. She excelled in law school, and was a: Dean's Fellow, Law Review Editor, Judicial Extern, Law Clerk, Peer Mentor, and Teaching Assistant. Elizabeth assisted low-income individuals with complicated family law issues at the Superior Court. She also served as a Children's Rights Advocate, and externed at the City Attorney's Office. Elizabeth graduated Magna Cum Laude with Public Service Distinction in 2013. She began teaching as a Law Professor at Southwestern Law School in 2013. Elizabeth also taught in the BARBRI bar exam preparation program at Southwestern Law School.
After studying wills and trusts under an experienced estate planning attorney, Elizabeth decided to focus her own practice on this area of the law. She decided to offer estate planning services to the public, with personalized service throughout California. She provides the free service of house calls to her clients located in the Carpinteria area, for their convenience. All potential clients may have a free 15-minute meet and greet by phone with Elizabeth. She also offers a flexible appointment schedule, and offers evening and weekend appointments.
Elizabeth has served as the Articles Chair of the California Lawyers Association Estate and Gift Tax Committee since January 2021. She co-authored "The Future for Family Business Estate Planning: Integrating Family Dynamics in the Planning Process" in February 2022, in "The California Tax Lawyer".
In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys: exercise, international travel, and yoga.