Attorney Elizabeth Phillips is a “Double Dawg” graduating from the University of Georgia Terry College of Business in 2019 with her Bachelor’s in Business Administration and then from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2022 with her Juris Doctorate. Georgia grown, but Tennessee raised, Elizabeth grew up on Lookout Mountain and attended Girls Preparatory School, and she is excited to work with John Mark Griffin, her first soccer coach and longtime mentor.

Elizabeth previous worked with an Atlanta law firm specializing in representing crime victims in premises liability and negligent security cases. With Warren & Griffin, P.C., Elizabeth continues to represent persons who have been harmed by another’s negligent actions in personal injury cases involving premises liability, automotive and trucking accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect and abuse, and wrongful death. Elizabeth also represents plaintiffs in employment discrimination, wage and hour, and workers’ compensation cases.

Elizabeth is a member of the Georgia Bar Association, the Society of Women Trial Lawyers, the National Crime Victim Bar Association, the American Association of Justice, and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. She worked with the Chattanooga Bar Association to organize the CBA’s “Equity and Equality Justice Forum” in 2020. Elizabeth is attends the Anglican Church of the Redeemer and enjoys many of the adult sports leagues in Chattanooga.


University of Georgia School of Law
University of Georgia Terry College of Business


Georgia Bar Association
Society of Women Trial Lawyers
National Crime Victim Bar Association
American Association of Justice
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association