Brooks Pierce is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Troutman has joined the firm as an associate in the Greensboro office.
“We are delighted to welcome Elizabeth Troutman to Brooks Pierce,” said Ed Winslow, the firm’s managing partner. “Elizabeth is just as smart as she can be and she has an extraordinary work ethic. She’s going to be a phenomenal lawyer right out of the box.”
Troutman works with large organizations, government and a myriad of stakeholders on legal issues related to her core interests of education, the environment and health care. Her recent experience includes working on an amicus brief for an appeal in a school finance dispute and representing a property owner on environmental regulation issues. She has also helped with litigation between two hospitals involving a settlement agreement dispute and has drafted policies and reviewed current procedures for a school system.
“Brooks Pierce has an outstanding reputation for its expertise across a variety of practice areas, and for being a great advocate for its clients,” Troutman said. “The legal challenges faced by today’s businesses and organizations are increasingly complex. I look forward to working with and learning from the very skilled attorneys here at Brooks Pierce as we help clients navigate through those challenges.”
Troutman received her law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill earlier this year. She also has a master’s degree in public policy from Duke University and her bachelor’s degree from Princeton University.