Prior to attending law school, Elizabeth Angelone served in public education as an award-winning educator, campus administrator, and a district-level administrator. While attending St. Mary’s University School of Law, Elizabeth was a Staff Writer and Research Editor of The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice which published her Comment, The Texas Two Step: The Criminalization of Truancy Under the “Failure to Attend” Statute. Elizabeth also was voted the best-speaker in multiple moot court competitions, and she was inducted into the Phi Delta Phi international legal honor society.
Elizabeth has seven years of experience in family law and is also now a highly skilled and experienced civil litigation and appellate attorney whose legal career has centered on helping families navigate through some of the most challenging and difficult situations of their lives. While focusing on results-oriented problem solving, Elizabeth prides herself on the attention she gives to her clients. She will make the time to really listen to you, understand your needs, and zealously advocate on your behalf.
State Bar of Texas
United States District Court Western District of Texas
United States District Court Southern District of Texas
United States District Court Eastern District of Texas
United States District Court Northern District of Texas
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
St. Mary’s University School of Law, J.D.
New Mexico State University, M.A. in Educational Administration
University of New Mexico, B.A. in English/communications
Elizabeth A. Angelone, The Texas Two Step: The Criminalization of Truancy Under the “Failure to Attend” Statute, 13 SCHOLAR 433, 447-448 (2011).