Elizabeth Whited

Elizabeth is an advocate for those who need a legal voice. Her passion for helping people, coupled with her passion for justice, means that Elizabeth fights for her clients to help them get their lives back on track. Working out of our Austin office, her attention to detail, compassion and determination to seek the compensation her clients deserve, makes her an attorney you would definitely want on your side!

Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Elizabeth received her JD from South Texas College of Law in 2007. Before this Elizabeth studied at The University of Texas at Austin where she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

Elizabeth began her career in law as an Assistant District Attorney for the Harris County District Attorney’s Office in Houston, where she tried over fifty trials. It was here that she found her passion for law and justice. She then went on to hold positions in the Williamson County District Attorney’s Office and then opened The Law Office of Elizabeth D. Whited.

Elizabeth is admitted to the Texas State Bar, and has spent her career advocating for the citizens of Texas that have been victimized. Through her extensive experience practicing law, Elizabeth takes pride in allowing her clients to focus on their recovery, while she works to build the strongest case possible for them. In 2014, Elizabeth was named the Williamson County Victim Advocate of the Year.  

Elizabeth believes her clients should not have to attempt to navigate the legal world alone after an accident. With this in mind, her clients can work towards getting their lives back on track, safe in the knowledge that Elizabeth is fighting in their corner.

Outside of the office, Elizabeth enjoys running, hiking, and traveling with her family and dog.

Education:

  • B.A., Psychology with a minor in Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
  • Doctor of Jurisprudence, South Texas College of Law

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Professional Memberships:

  • Williamson County Bar Association, Board of Directors.

Awards:

  • Williamson County Victim Advocates of the Year Award, 2014

Professional Licenses:

  • Supreme Court of Texas

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