Meet NuVorce’s Chicago Divorce Lawyer, Elizabeth Davies.
Elizabeth Davies combines her skill as a courtroom litigator, her experience as a child advocate, and her compassion for families in transition to advocate for her clients and their families.
Ms. Davies graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University (Class of 2008) where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. While at Illinois Wesleyan, Ms. Davies made the Dean’s List and analyzed the No Child Left Behind Act for her senior thesis. During college, Ms. Davies interned with the Chicago Bar Association where she assisted with pro bono criminal law cases and the Lawyers Lend-a-Hand to Youth Program. After graduating, Ms. Davies worked as a paralegal for a nonprofit legal center where she worked to protect victims of fraud.
Ms. Davies received her law degree Cum Laude from Loyola University School of Law (Class of 2014) where she focused her studies on family law by earning a Child and Family Law certificate. While in law school Ms. Davies received CALI Awards for the highest grade in the class in both Contracts and Constitutional Law. Ms. Davies was also a junior editor for the Children’s Legal Rights Journal where she published an article entitled “Legislative Update: Families Beyond Bars Act of 2010.” During law school, Ms. Davies was also an active member of the ChildLaw Society as the Community Chair.
Throughout law school Ms. Davies sharpened her practice skills by serving as a law clerk for several family law firms. Ms. Davies also developed her litigation skills as a student attorney for Loyola’s Civitas ChildLaw Clinic, including work on complex visitation matters as a child representative.
Ms. Davies is active in the community, having volunteered with the Center for Disability and Elder Law and with Dress for Success.
Ms. Davies was admitted to the Illinois bar in May 2014. Ms. Davies is a member of the Chicago Bar Association and the Women’s Bar Association.