Elizabeth King was admitted to the Wisconsin Bar in 2019 and focuses her practice on the defense of worker’s compensation claims.
In 2016, Elizabeth earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and Global & International Studies, summa cum laude, from Western Michigan University. In her final year at Western Michigan University, Elizabeth interned with the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center translating for Spanish speaking clients who sought asylum in Michigan.
In 2019, Elizabeth earned her Juris Doctor from Marquette University Law School. Elizabeth was given Honorable Mention for the Jenkins Moot Court Competition and was active in Moot Court, competing in Boston for the NAAC team. She also competed in Vienna, Austria in the Consensual Dispute Resolution Competition (CDRC) where she and her teammate won the award for best mediation strategy.
Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI – Juris Doctor
- Student Assistant for Appellate Writing and Advocacy, Fall 2018
- Jenkins Moot Court Competition, Honorable Mention, Spring 2018
- Pro Bono Society, Inducted, Spring 2018
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI – Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Global & International Studies
Summa Cum Laude
- Dean’s list, 5 Semesters
- Presidential Scholar
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Peer Academic Success Coach, Fall 2015 – Summer 2016
- Burgos Study Abroad Sponsor, Fall 2016 – Summer 2016
- Studied abroad in Burgos, Spain: Fall 2014
- Member of the State Bar of Wisconsin
- Member of the Milwaukee Bar Association
- Defense of Workers’ Compensation claims in Wisconsin