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Elizabeth Barrett Savage
About Elizabeth Barrett Savage (2 Articles)
Elizabeth “Brooks” Barrett Savage is a third year, dual degree JD/MSPH/LLM student at Campbell Law. Hailing from Dunn, North Carolina, Elizabeth attended East Carolina University and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology. Her continued work in student government at ECU, and dedication to representing the interests of her fellow peers, ultimately led her to choose to attend Campbell University School of Law. Immediately following her first year of the law program, Elizabeth worked with Legal Aid of North Carolina, Inc. as a Martin Luther King, Jr. Intern, and during that time assisted in advocating for victims of domestic violence. While at Campbell Law, she has continued her calling to serve her community by dedicating her time to pro bono service. Last year she served as the 2017-18 Campbell Law Domestic Violence Advocacy Project Co-coordinator, and this year she is serving as the 2018-19 Campbell Law Pro Bono Council Director, as well as participating in the Community Law Clinic. In the past, Elizabeth has externed at various organizations, including the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, CommWell Health, Lieutenant Governor’s Office of North Carolina, and the Medicaid Investigations Division of the North Carolina Department of Justice. Elizabeth is interested in international affairs, and is pursuing a LL.M degree through Nottingham-Trent University while at Campbell Law. However, Elizabeth also has a particular interest in health law, and plans to focus her Campbell Law Observer writing in the area of health law.