Elizabeth C. Vélez
Elizabeth represents clients on litigation matters, including complex commercial litigation, personal injury, land use, and general civil litigation.
After law school, Elizabeth clerked for Justice James Bassett at the New Hampshire Supreme Court and also for Chief Judge Landya McCafferty at the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire. After these clerkships, she joined the Appeals Unit for the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office. She successfully represented the State before the New Hampshire Supreme Court when defendants appealed their convictions on evidentiary and constitutional grounds.
Elizabeth graduated in the top 10% of her law school class. She was an Associate Editor on the University of New Hampshire Law Review.
Elizabeth enjoys spending her free time with her husband, son, and daughter. She enjoys running, hiking, traveling, and scuba diving.
Professional and Community Involvement
- New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association
- Polaris Charter School Board, Past Board Member
Honors & Distinctions
- Daniel Webster Scholars Honors Program
- Presidential Scholarship
- Schweitzer Fellow 2015-2016: Landlord/Tenant Mediation and Criminal Annulment Programs
- Warren B. Rudman Summer Public Service Summer Fellow 2015