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Elizabeth Fitch

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Office: 410.385.2225
Direct: 410.385.9101
Fax: 410.547.2432

Elizabeth Fitch is an associate in the firm’s Business Litigation Group where she concentrates her practice on complex business and commercial litigation.


J.D., University of Baltimore School of Law, 2018
Magna Cum Laude

B.A., University of Maryland at College Park, 2002

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Maryland
U. S. Tax Court
United States District Court for the District of Maryland
District of Columbia
Professional & Bar Association Memberships

Maryland State Bar Association
Member of Estates and Trust Law Section

Bar Association of Baltimore City
Member of Business Litigation and Bench Bar Committees

Howard County Bar Association

United States Tax Court

Kiwanis of Ellicott City

American Bar Association
Member of Business Law Section and Judicial Division; serves on Nominating Committee to the National Conference of Specialized Court Judges

Government Service
  • 2017, Intern, Hon. Clayton Greene, Jr., Court of Appeals for Maryland
  • 2016, Intern, Family Law Administration for Carroll County
  • Dean’s Citation
  • Royal Graham Shannonhouse, III Honors
  • 2008 Rookie of the Year for Volunteer Service as an Emergency Medical Technician

“Over 300,000 Totally and Permanently Disabled Taxpayers Forgiven of Student Loan Debt”, Tax Talk, Maryland State Bar Association, Section of Taxation, Volume 24: Number 2 (Dec. 2016).

Professional History

Ms. Fitch attended the University of Baltimore School of Law where she served as Staff Editor on the University of Baltimore Law Review, interned for the Honorable Clayton Greene, Jr. on the Court of Appeals in 2017, interned for the Orphans’ Court for Howard County in 2016, and worked as a law clerk at Silverman Thompson. Ms. Fitch also served as President to the Business and Tax Law Association, student representative to the Taxation Council of the Maryland State Bar Association and Vice Magister to Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honors Society. In addition, Ms. Fitch worked as a Student Attorney for the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic where she represented taxpayers in federal and state tax disputes involving administrative controversies before the IRS and Comptroller’s Office of Maryland. She graduated with honors in 2018. Ms. Fitch completed her undergraduate education at the University of Maryland where she interned as a Victim and Witness Coordinator for the State’s Attorney’s Office for Montgomery County.