Being a lawyer was always on the horizon for Liz as a natural outgrowth of her zeal for fairness and justice. Liz is committed to helping clients achieve their goals, whether it’s protecting themselves or their loved ones or tailoring a solution to a unique set of legal needs. Liz focuses on problem solving that addresses the client’s needs without compromising on the right solution. She has successfully navigated clients through complex conflicts involving large trusts and estates. Above all else, her clients reap the benefits of her skill, personal investment, and dedication.
Liz has appeared in a variety of media outlets including CNN, the Texas Observer, and KVUE news.
Prior to joining BAJB, Liz’s practice focused primarily on public policy and public interest. She has maintained a commitment to public service throughout her career, whether clerking for public interest organizations in law school, providing pro bono legal services as a licensed attorney, or serving on boards and commissions. Prior to law school, Liz dedicated a year to public service as an Americorp VISTA. In law school, Liz served as the Editor-in-Chief of a law journal, the Texas Journal of Civil Liberties and Civil Rights.
Austin LGBT Bar Association’s Annual Award of Excellence
Austin’s Top Attorney 2020, Austin Monthly
University of Texas School of Law (J.D.), 2003
University of Texas (B.A. in Government), 1996
Licenses & Certifications:
United States Supreme Court, 2019
State Bar of Texas, 2003
Attorney ad Litem (Guardianship)
State Bar of Texas
Texas Bar Journal, Board of Editors
Annual Award of Excellence by the Austin LGBT Bar.
Estate Planning and Probate Section – Austin Bar Association