Elizabeth Frazier focuses her practice on government relations, dividing her time between Pierce Atwood’s Portland and Augusta, Maine offices.

A native of Maine, Elizabeth grew up around her family’s small business, working on all aspects of business growth and management. She has an intimate understanding of the realities and requirements of running a business in Maine.

Additionally, she has worked in government and politics throughout her career. In 2008, Elizabeth worked as a grass roots coordinator for Obama for President in New Hampshire. Elizabeth then followed her passion for government to Washington, D.C. where she served as Congresswoman Chellie Pingree’s scheduler and executive assistant until 2012 when she returned home to Maine to pursue her law degree.

While in law school, Elizabeth worked as an intern in the legal and compliance offices at IDEXX laboratories in Westbrook, ME. She also spent a summer as an associate at a local Maine law firm. Her legal studies focused on environmental, administrative and natural resources law.

In law school, Elizabeth was Symposium Editor for the Maine Law Review, and a student member of the Edward T. Gignoux Inn of Court. She was a 2015 recipient of the Faculty Significant Achievement Award.