Elizabeth Davies is an associate attorney at the Women’s Divorce and Family Law Group. Ms. Davies devotes her practice entirely to family and matrimonial law since her admission to the Illinois bar in May 2014. Ms. Davies has experience representing clients with various needs, including contested allocation of parental responsibilities and other child-related matters, negotiating and drafting settlement agreements, litigation, valuation and allocation of assets, child support, maintenance, post-decree issues, prenuptial agreements, and uncontested matters. Ms. Davies combines her compassion for helping others with her courtroom litigation skills when representing her clients.
During law school, Ms. Davies worked as a law clerk for various family law firms in Chicago where she honed her legal research and drafting skills. Ms. Davies also participated in Loyola University’s Child Law Clinic where she obtained courtroom experience as a child representative resolving contested parenting issues.
Ms. Davies received her Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law (cum laude) in January 2014 where she earned a certificate in Child and Family Law. While in law school, Ms. Davies received two CALI Academic Achievement Awards. Ms. Davies also served as the Junior Editor for the Children’s Legal Rights Journal. Prior to law school, Ms. Davies obtained her bachelor’s degree from Illinois Wesleyan University.
In Ms. Davies’ free time, she volunteers with Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, the Domestic Violence Legal Clinic, and serves on the Junior Executive Board for Deborah’s Place, a women’s homeless shelter in Chicago. Ms. Davies is an active member in the Chicago Bar Association and Women’s Bar Association.
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