Liz graduated from the Colorado College with a BA in American Political Economics in 2005. She graduated from Wyoming Law School in 2011.
Liz worked as a legal intern at University of Wyoming Legal Services from 2010-2011. While a legal intern, she wrote and argued issues of parental rights in front of the Wyoming Supreme Court.
Since graduating, Liz has been advocating for clients in a variety of types of cases, primarily including family law and criminal law. Liz has a reputation for being highly ethical, prepared, organized and passionate in her representation of clients.
Liz is also passionate about providing legal services to the less fortunate. She volunteers at events and clinics aimed at providing free legal counsel for the community. She also serves as the vice president of the Weld County Legal Services Board.
Liz is a member of the Weld County Bar Association and Colorado Bar Association and is currently serving on the Weld County Bar Association board.
When Liz is not working, she can usually be found in the mountains. She enjoys snowboarding during the winter and backpacking, hiking and camping during summer.