Admitted to the New York State Bar in 2015, Elizabeth Oklevitch focuses on municipal law and estate matters. She chairs the firm’s municipal department, advising municipalities across Steuben County. As part of her estate practice, she helps clients with estate planning, probate administration, and estate litigation. She also handles adoption, guardianship, and energy lease matters.
Raised in Lima, New York, Elizabeth studied political science at Grove City College (’10, summa cum laude) before attending Regent University School of Law (’14, cum laude), where she served as Managing Editor of the Regent Journal of Law and Public Policy. Internships with the Livingston County Family Court, the United States Attorney’s Office, United States District Court Judge Michael A. Telesca, Alliance Defending Freedom, and South Africa’s University of the Free State have informed her legal practice.
Prior to practicing law, Elizabeth enjoyed working as a summer camp counselor and as a caregiver for youth with special needs. She still loves volunteering at youth and family camps and other family-building organizations.