Elizabeth L. Wroblicka
Elizabeth specializes in land conservation transactions, protecting family farms and community forests, conservation restriction enforcement, estate planning, land use, environmental law, real estate and nonprofit management. She works with landowners, land trusts, government agencies, corporations, foundations, and coalitions on a wide array of conservation, planning, and tax issues.
Elizabeth is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, California, and the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts. She is a member of the Hampshire County and Massachusetts Bar Associations, as well as the Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association and the Pioneer Valley Estate Planning Council.
Elizabeth has served on numerous boards including the Northampton Zoning Board of Appeals, the Putnam Conservation Institute, the Vineyard Conservation Society, the Trustees of Reservations Corporate Trustees, and the Bay Area Open Space Council. She currently chairs the Massachusetts Easement Defense Subcommittee and sits on the board of directors for Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture. Elizabeth regularly lectures at state and national conferences on issues related to land conservation and she founded the first community garden in Napa, California.
Elizabeth received her B.S. from Cornell University, 1986; J.D. from University of San Francisco School of Law, 1992; and Masters in Environmental Law, cum laude, from Vermont Law School, 1999, where she was a George Perkins Marsh fellow. She was born in Liverpool, NY in 1964.