Elizabeth "Beth" Sibley has been licensed to practice law in the state of North Carolina for more than 15 years. She has experience in both the public and private sectors, and is a strong advocate for individuals seeking resolution to their legal problems.
Beth worked for the US Attorney's office in the District of Columbia, where she assisted in prosecuting felonies. Later, she served as a law clerk in the White House Counsel's office, working on judicial nominations and ethics disclosures. She has also served as general counsel for a small consulting firm.
Beth is an active member of the Charlotte community, volunteering for non-profit organizations and working within the political community.
Beth has a strong educational background including:
BS in Journalism, Texas A&M University, 1994
JD, South Texas College of Law, 1999
LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center, 2001
Additionally, Beth is also licensed to practice in the following jurisdictions:
North Carolina since 1999
Washington, DC since 2000
I decided to go to law school when I realized how two people in similar legal circumstances would get entirely different treatment based on the quality of their representation. When I was in law school, I learned to love the reason and logic of the law. It is through the impartial implementation of the law that we really see justice. I am happy to serve as a conduit to that end.