ELIZABETH L. LIPPY
Director
ELIZABETH L. LIPPY
Director

BIO:

Elizabeth Lippy is the Founder and Director of TACT. She has over 15 years of trial advocacy experience, both inside the courtroom and classroom. She is a nationally recognized trial attorney and one of the nation’s premier trial advocacy instructors.  Her enthusiastic style is contagious and helps her be relatable by all.  Director Lippy will assess your needs, make suggestions and create a proposal based on your desired outcome.

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BIO:

Elizabeth Lippy is the Founder and Director of TACT. She has over 15 years of trial advocacy experience, both inside the courtroom and classroom. She is a nationally recognized trial attorney and one of the nation’s premier trial advocacy instructors.  Her enthuastic style is contagious and helps her be relatable by all.  Director Lippy will assess your needs, make suggestions and create a proposal based on your desired outcome.

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EXPERIENCE

Fairlie & Lippy, P.C. – Founding partner of law firm with emphasis in criminal defense and civil litigation.

American University Washington College of Law – Assistant Director of Trial Advocacy Program, Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy related courses, specifically Evidentiary Foundations & Objections (3credits), Civil and Criminal Trial Advocacy (3 credits), Litigating in a High Tech Courtroom (1 credit), Scientific Evidence and Expert Testimony (3 credits), and Plea Bargaining (3 credits) and Coach for Mock Trial Teams, which successfully compete in more than 10 tournaments annually.

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AWARDS & HONORS

Edward D. Ohlbaum Professionalism Award – Honors an individual whose life and practice display sterling character and unquestioned integrity, coupled with ongoing dedication to the highest standards of the legal profession and the rule of law.

10 Best Female Attorney – Awarded by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys.

Super Lawyer, Pennsylvania – Chosen by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and through the independent research of Law & Politics magazine as well as peer nominations and evaluations.

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