Attorney Elizabeth McCoy has practiced law in California since 1997. Ms. McCoy graduated from Washington University School of Law, currently ranked by U.S. News and World Report in the top fourteen percent of law schools in the nation. Washington University School of Law admitted Ms. McCoy in part because her LSAT score was in the top 2-3% in the nation.
During law school she was the Jan Adam Zuckerman scholarship recipient, and a staff member for the Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law.
Since 1988, Ms. McCoy has also been a licensed Landscape Architect. Prior to practicing law, she designed Disney theme parks and 5-star hotels throughout the world.
For over ten years, Ms. McCoy was a member of the Board of Directors for two non-profit corporations: the St. Peters Chapter of the St. Vincent de Paul, which distributes hundreds of thousands of dollars every year in food and clothing to the dlderly and poor, and Southland Collie Rescue, where Ms. McCoy was Editor, Writer and Graphic Designer for the tri-yearly published Southland Collie News, which raised about one-third of the SCR's annual operating budget.
Ms. McCoy is an active member of the State Bar of California, and the San Diego County Bar Association.
She is a frequent sponsor at TACA and other Autism and Special Needs events, as well as events at REINS therapeutic horsemanship located in Bonsall, CA, where Ms. McCoy has also established four scholarships for children with Autism.