701 Layola Ave #403
New Orleans, Louisiana 70113
Elizabeth Crocker graduated summa cum laude from Spring Hill College, in Mobile, AL in 2017, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science & Government and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy. During her time at Spring Hill, her interest in the legal field grew as she took part in the Supreme Court Simulation program and served as Speaker of the Senate in the Student Government Association. She received numerous scholarships and awards while there, including the Ralph McClain Social Science Award, the Andrea LaPoine Service Award, and membership in Alpha Sigma Nu.
She went on to attend Tulane University Law School, where she received the Tulane Law School Honors Scholarship and Gelderman Endowed Scholarship. While at Tulane Law, Elizabeth served in the Student Bar Association and was active in the Tulane Inn of Courts. She enjoyed her time at the United States Patent & Trademark Office in Alexandria, VA, where she worked as a trademark legal intern under the Pathways Internship Program, as well as her time volunteering with The Pro Bono Project of New Orleans in their wills and successions division. Elizabeth is most proud, however, of her time as a student attorney in the Domestic Violence Clinic at Tulane, where she represented those seeking help at their most vulnerable time.
After graduating from Tulane Law School in 2020, Elizabeth worked as a digital discovery attorney on litigation related to the opioid crisis before joining the Law Office of James A. Graham in November of 2022.
When not in the office, Elizabeth likes trying all of the delicious cuisine New Orleans has to offer, volunteering with her church, and spending time with family as they cheer on the Saints and Pelicans.
- JD, Tulane Law School, 2020
- BS, Spring Hill College, Political Science & Government, 2017
- BA, Spring Hill College, Philosophy, 2017
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