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Liz Johnson 

I graduated from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana in 2015, and started my legal career in December 2015.  I spent some time with a legal hiring agency to collect funds, and opened my doors October, 2016. 

My law firm focuses on estate planning, to include drafting and filing deeds. 


Bar Associations and Legal Organizations 
  • Maryland State Bar Association 
  • Anne Arundel Bar Association 
  • American Society of International Law
  • Maryland Council for Dispute Resolution 
  • National Notary Association 
  • James C. Cawood, Inn of Court

Other Organizations

  • Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce 
  • Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce
  • Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce 

Community Outreach 

  • Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service
  • Mid Shore Pro Bono 
  • Law Day for Seniors 
  • Wills for Heroes 
  • Golden Retriever Rescue, Education and Training (GRREAT)


  •  The People’s Law Library of Maryland, Contributor (2016)

ARAG Network Attorney 

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Liz's Zen Den 

What I do in my spare time . . . scrape foil art.

Interesting Fact about Chameleons . . .

January 1, 2017

As you know, we lawyers like to use a lot of Latin.  The Latin word for Chameleon is chamaeleōn.  

Hummingbirds . . .

A hummingbird's heart rate can reach approximately 1,260 beats per minute, and breath at approximately 250 breaths per minute, even while resting.  Their wings flap at approximately 50 times per second.  They're the smallest bird species, and the bee hummingbird is smaller than a penny.  Cool right?  

Source:  Lasiewski, Robert C. (1964). "Body Temperatures, Heart and Breathing Rate, and Evaporative Water Loss in Hummingbirds". Physiological Zoology. 37 (2): 212–223. doi:10.1086/physzool.37.2.30152332.

Jellyfish . . .

The Portuguese Man O' War is a venomous and sometimes deadly jellyfish.  Can you believe that they're carnivores?!