Elzer Law Firm, LLC

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​​Attorney Christine T. Elzer has a wide range of experience in employment litigation and counseling.  She is also a frequent lecturer for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, where she instructs other attorneys on employment law topics.  Prior to forming Elzer Law Firm, LLC, Christine worked for another prominent employment law practice for more than seven years.

Christine has been selected as a Rising Star by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers each year since 2011. This honor is awarded to no more than 2.5% of the attorneys in the state. She has a perfect rating on Avvo.com, where her clients have described her as "a knowledgeable attorney who has your best interest at heart” whose “professionalism and attention to detail is extremely meticulous.”


EDUCATION​

     UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH SCHOOL OF LAW

     Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, 2008

      Honors: Order of the Coif

                     Dean’s Scholarship
                     CALI Awards (Highest Grade): Legal Analysis and Writing;

                     Gender and Law; Spanish for Lawyers 2


      Activities: University of Pittsburgh Law Review: Senior Topics Editor
                        Teaching Assistant: Legal Analysis and Writing

        UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
        Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, 2005
        Majors: Sociology and Spanish; Certificate: Latin American Studies


        Honors:  V.F. Rodriguez Award, Best Research Proposal for Study Abroad    
                        University Scholar Award for Top 2% of Class
                        Robert W. Avery Award for Top Sociology Major

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS


Western Pennsylvania Employment Lawyers Association: Vice Chair
National Employment Lawyers Association: Member & Third Circuit Judicial Nominations Committee Representative 
Allegheny County Bar Association: Member



With over 45 years of practice, we're dedicated to making sure that you are able get exactly what they need and deserve. 

Attorney Christine T. Elzer