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Elizabeth focuses her practice in the areas of state and local tax planning, controversy, and incentives matters. Elizabeth’s practice includes a wide variety of state and local tax matters from unique tax planning and incentive guidance to administrative and judicial tax disputes.  Elizabeth is also a member of the firm’s Manufacturing Industry Team.

Elizabeth serves in leadership positions in both the Louisville Bar Association Tax Section as well as the Kentucky Bar Association Tax Section. Elizabeth has written extensively on issues involving state and local taxation, with articles appearing in several publications, including Law360, Louisville Business First, and the Journal of State Taxation.

While at University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, Elizabeth was a Symposium Editor for the University of Louisville Law Review, and participated in the Ackerson Law Clinic, Honor Council, Women’s Law Caucus, and The Kentucky Innocence Project.

During law school Elizabeth was the recipient of several awards including the CALI Award for Highest Grade in Constitutional Law (2017) and Property Law (2017), First in Class Award (2017), William Marshall Bullitt Memorial Award, Brandeis Honor Society for Top 5%, published Note in the University of Louisville Law Review, and Dean’s List Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Spring 2019.

Other Info About Elizabeth


Law School

University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, J.D., 2019, summa cum laude

Undergraduate School

Transylvania University, B.A., Psychology & Educational Studies, 2016, cum laude


Bar Memberships

Elizabeth is licensed to practice in the following state(s):

Kentucky, 2019

Major Publications

Elizabeth is an author or contributor to the following publications:

“Solar and SALT – Sunshine is Making Hay,” Journal of State Taxation, CCH Incorporated, Fall 2021

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