Elizabeth Lorraine Elliott "Lorrie" is a 2013-2014 at large member of the executive committee of the Washington State Bar Association's Animal Law Section. She has previously served as Chair and Chair of the section's annual continuing legal education program. Lorrie has a full time animal law practice in Normandy Park, but serves clients throughout the State of Washington. She concentrates on all aspects of animal law. This includes, but is not limited to, custody disputes; replevin actions; dog bites; animal injuries and death; and service animal discrimination. She is a long standing member of the Animal Legal Defense Fund and a strong advocate for animal rights. Lorrie received her JD and then her Masters of Law from the University Of Washington School Of Law. She has been practicing law since 1999. Lorrie is a frequent speaker to various organizations on the subject of animal law. Lorrie has been interviewed by local news organizations. She has also been quoted in the CNN news online and CityDog Magazine. Lorrie has given presentations at multiple continuing legal education programs held by the Washington State Bar Association and the King County Bar Association. She attained her Master of Arts in Teaching from the School for International Training, the original home of the Peace Corp, in Brattleboro, Vermont. Lorrie spent several years teaching at the college level prior to obtaining her law degree. She has two constant canine companions - Rosie and Magic.