Elizabeth M. Pashkevich, associate, practices family law at Cumberland and Erly, LLC.
Her practice concentrates on domestic litigation, custody, divorce, child support, and domestic violence matters.
Ms. Pashkevich graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2016 with a dual major in Psychology and Writing Seminars. At Johns Hopkins, Ms. Pashkevich was a member of the Psi Chi, National Honors Society in Psychology, and acted as president of the Art Afterschool Community Service Organization. She went on the earn her Juris Doctor from Temple University Beasley School of Law which she attended on the Beasley Scholarship, a three-year, full-tuition, merit scholarship. Ms. Pashkevich graduated from law school magna cum laude. While at Temple University, Ms. Pashkevich was a member of the Woman’s Law Caucus and a participant in the NLG Expungement Project and Wills for Heroes. Ms. Pashkevich worked extensively at the Temple Center for Public Health Law Research and Public Health Management Corporation doing public health research while attending law school.
Ms. Pashkevich was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 2019. Before joining Cumberland & Erly, LLC, she clerked for the Honorable Andrew S. Rappaport, Associate Judge, and the Honorable Mark S. Chandlee, Administrative Judge at the Circuit Court for Calvert County.