Description of Practice
Attorney Elizabeth V. Mulholland is an experienced litigator with a unique background that gives her a broad and practical understanding of the law. Over the past decade, she handled hundreds of cases while working in the New Hampshire Public Defender’s Office, including numerous bench and jury trials. She most recently served as an assistant attorney general with the New Hampshire Department of Justice, where she focused on civil litigation, handling matters before administrative and regulatory boards and before state and federal courts.
Elizabeth earned her B.A. from the University of Minnesota where she majored in both history and sociology. She earned her J.D. cum laude from Vermont Law School. As a law student, she served as a student ambassador and was the shareholder advocate for her graduating class. She has been a member of the New Hampshire Bar since 2007 and was admitted to the federal court bar in June 2015.
Outside of the courtroom, Elizabeth has served as a mentor to those interested in a legal career. She was an intern coordinator for the civil bureau while at the Department of Justice, and worked closely with the University of New Hampshire School of Law to supervise the bureau’s semester interns as well as hiring and supervising summer interns.
A Concord resident, Elizabeth is active in the N.H. community and serves as a trustee of the Concord Public Library and a member of the Office of Bar Admissions Committee on Character and Fitness. She is also a member of the Women’s Bar Association. When not practicing law, Elizabeth can be found reading, doing yoga, traveling, camping and enjoying the outdoors with her family.