Elizabeth Wood McElroy

Attorney in Birmingham, AL
Phi Alpha Theta.
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Peer Rating 4.8 of 5

Areas of Law

  • Life Insurance Litigation
  • Health Insurance Litigation
  • Insurance Defense
  • Civil Litigation
  • Probate Administration
  • Probate Litigation


Peer Rating


Overall Peer Rating

in Wills and Probate and Litigation
4.8 out of 5.0

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Analytical Capabilities
Communication Ability
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  • Meets very high criteria of general ethical standards
Posted by a Private Practice Attorney on 06/27/13
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Elizabeth is a smart, tough litigator with good instincts, strong advocacy skills, and an excellent reputation.
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Posted by a Private Practice Attorney on 07/14/13
5.0 out of 5.0
Beth is not only a great lawyer, she is a great person. AV without question
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Experience & Credentials



Admission Details

Admitted in 1997, Alabama and U.S. District Court, Northern, Southern and Middle Districts of Alabama
U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit

Law School Attended

University of Alabama
Class of 1997
cum laude

University Attended

Birmingham Southern College
Class of 1994

Birth Information

Born in 1972
Shreveport, Louisiana, June 13, 1972

Associations & Memberships

Birmingham and American Bar Associations; Alabama State Bar; Alabama Defense Lawyers Association; Probate Section of the Birmingham Bar Association

Contact Information




Send email to Elizabeth Wood McElroy

Office Information
Elizabeth Wood McElroy
 2008 Third Avenue South,
Birmingham, AL 35233


Baxley, Dillard, McKnight & James (Birmingham, Alabama)

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