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  • Education
    • J.D., summa cum laude, Loyola University-New Orleans, 2008,
      Crowe Scholar; International Law Certificate; Loyola Law Review, Member; Dean’s Award
    • B.S., with honors, Southeast Missouri State University, 2004, Psi Chi member

Elizabeth Cummings’ creative problem-solving skills both in and out of the courtroom make her an asset to the toxic and mass tort practice as a whole. Elizabeth works on behalf of her clients, drafting pleadings, conducting research, arguing motions, and taking depositions. She has been involved in numerous depositions and drafted several dispositive motions that have played key roles in the successful outcome of her cases.

In law school, Elizabeth was a member of the Law Review, Women in Law group, and graduated first in her class. Outside of the office, Elizabeth devotes her time to various community organizations.

  • Helped obtain a defense verdict for a toxic tort client in a complex asbestos case alleging negligence.
  • Drafted and argued dispositive motion for the dismissal of an asbestos case alleging negligence claims.
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Duties and Liability of Estate Fiduciaries
Annual Estate & Trust Institute - MoBar CLE
Presentations given in Columbia, Missouri; Springfield, Missouri; Kansas City, Missouri and Clayton, Missouri
September 2011
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Chapter on Fiduciary Liability
Missouri Bar Deskbook on Estate Administration
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