Elizabeth Barron is an associate with the firm and practices in the areas of litigation, tax and estate, and environmental and land use. Prior to her admission to the Bar, Elizabeth graduated from Hollins University as a business finance major, she worked for the Tall Timbers Land Conservancy focusing her efforts on land use and community planning, and received her master's degree from Florida State University’s Urban and Regional Planning program. Elizabeth currently serves on the Board of the Urban Land Institute Capital Region Leadership Committee, the Tallahassee Women Lawyers, and the Tall Timbers Advancement Committee.
Admitted to Practice
- State of Florida, 2012
- Northern District of Florida, 2013
Professional & Community Involvement
- Tallahassee Women Lawyers, Board Member
- Urban Land Institute Capital Region Leadership Committee, Board Member
- Tall Timbers Advancement Committee
- Tallahassee Bar Association
- Red Hills Horse Trials
- Leadership Florida Connect Class VI
- Contributing Author, 2013 Review of Consumer Protection Law Developments, a publication of the Antitrust Law Section of the American Bar Association
- Florida Coastal School of Law, J.D., 2012
- Florida State University, Masters of Science in Urban and Regional Planning, 2009
- Hollins University, B.A., Business Finance, cum laude, 2004
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