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University of New Hampshire School of Law
J.D. | 2019
Warren B. Rudman Fellow
Daniel Webster Scholars Honors Program
UNH Law Review

University of New Hampshire
B.A., Political Science & International Affairs | 2011
magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa


New Hampshire | 2019
Maine | 2019


Liz primarily practices with the firm’s Maine Center for Elder Law, where she assists clients with trust and estate planning and settlement, related probate matters, Medicaid (MaineCare) planning and applications, and guardianships and conservatorships.

Liz is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire School of Law’s Daniel Webster Scholars Honors Program, an immersive two-year legal training program where students are barred in New Hampshire upon graduation.  During law school, Liz developed her legal skills through internships with the Honorable Joseph N. Laplante of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire, a human rights organization in West Africa, the criminal and civil divisions of a New Hampshire city solicitor’s office, and as a Summer Associate at a regional law firm. Liz was also a Teaching Assistant for Torts and Pretrial Advocacy.

Before attending law school, Liz lived in Washington, D.C. where she made and managed grants in West and Southern Africa for a private, non-profit foundation. A New Hampshire native, Liz lives with her husband and dogs in Scarborough, Maine.

Maine Center for Elder Law - A Practice of Perkins Thompson


Liz is Chair-Elect of the New Lawyers Section of the Maine State Bar Association.