Elizabeth Pratt Pittman is an associate in the Birmingham, AL office where she is a member of the transportation group. Her practice concentrates on a variety of litigation matters in which she defends companies and individuals in transportation liability, premises liability and personal injury.
Elizabeth, a Birmingham native, earned her B.S. in Commerce and Business Administration from the University of Alabama, magna cum laude, majoring in international economics and minoring in Spanish.
She received her Juris Doctor from Emory University School of Law (GA). While in law school, she served as the Director in Chief of the Mock Trial Society. She won the ABA Section of Labor & Employment Trial Advocacy Competition in Miami, FL in 2016, placed second in this competition in 2017 and placed third in the Costello National Trial Advocacy Competition in 2018. She also volunteered with Emory’s Student Legal Services, providing pro bono services to students and faculty at Emory. Upon graduation from law school, Elizabeth was named a member of The Order of Barristers.
In her free time, she enjoys going to the lake, photography, and cooking for her friends and family. Elizabeth has also picked up golf and spends her weekends practicing.