A San Antonio native, Elizabeth graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and began working in the legal industry in 2003. She returned to San Antonio to attend law school and became licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas in 2009. She was previously an Associate Attorney at the Law Office of Becky Beaver and has owned her own family law practices, where she honed her courtroom advocacy skills.
Elizabeth served as a managing editor of the St. Mary’s Law Journal where she published A Pragmatic Look at Mediation and Collaborative Law as an Alternative to Family Law Litigation. She has been active in her community by serving on the board of Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association since 2012, supporting the Association in its efforts to raise funds for nonprofit groups, scholarships, and women’s causes. In 2014 she received the President’s Award from the Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association for her service to the organization. She spends her free time running, reading, going on adventures with her two boys, and giving to community organizations like Hill Country Ride for AIDS, Mamma Jamma Ride for Breast Cancer, the Wounded Warrior Project, and many others.
J.D., St. Mary’s University School of Law, 2009
B.A., University of Texas, 2003
Phi Delta Phi
State Bar of Texas
Honors and Awards
Pro Bono Service Award
TCWLA President’s Award Winner, 2014
Board of Directors – Travis County Women Lawyers Association (2012-present)
A Pragmatic Look at Mediation and Collaborative Law as Alternatives to Family Law Litigation, 40 ST. MARY’S L.J. 303 (2008).
Pursuing Excellence in Your Legal Writing, TYLA E-News, October 2013.
“Service to others and building unity are the guiding principles behind everything I do.”
Elizabeth frequently fundraises for charities, such as the Hill Country Ride for AIDS.
“Elizabeth Beyer represented me in a lengthy legal battle. She is a very talented professional and is extremely knowledgeable. She listened carefully to everything I had to say, and supported me throughout the ordeal. She often inspired the other attorneys involved in the case to use techniques they had not considered.
Elizabeth went above and beyond my expectations. Because of her, we were successful!”
– Anita W.