Law Office of Elizabeth Pendzich, PC
17A Royal Street, SE, Leesburg, VA 20175
Fax: (703) 669-2000
Elizabeth Pendzich has practiced in Leesburg, Virginia since her admission to the Virginia Bar in 1985. Prior to that she practiced in Illinois beginning in 1978. She had served as President of the Loudoun chapter of the Virginia Women Attorneys Association; received the 2008 Harry L. Carrico Pro Bono Award, and served as a staff attorney for the Loudoun Abused Womens Shelter from 1992 to 2000.
Member of the Virginia State Bar, Loudoun County Bar Association, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals , Virginia Collaborative Professionals and Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia
Elizabeth Pendzich is an experienced attorney with many years of practice resolving cases or litigating them when necessary.
The Law Office provides services in the following areas:
Directive, and Last Will & Testament)
To schedule a consultation, please call: (703) 669-1900 or visit our Contact page.
We practice primarily in Loudoun County, but also in Clarke County, Fairfax County, Winchester/Frederick County, Prince William and Fauquier County.
Ms. Pendzich is a 1974 graduate of Georgetown University, cum laude, with a major in history. She is a 1978 graduate of Loyola University of Chicago Law School where she was an editor of the Law Review, and a member of a winning Moot Court Team. In 2010 she became a credentialed Collaborative Law Attorney.
Ms. Pendzich strives to handle all aspects of a client’s case in a personalized, sensitive and economical way. The Law Office is a community based law firm serving the needs of our clients and thereby enhancing the quality of life in the community.
J.D., Loyola University Law School, Chicago, Illinois, 1978
B.A., Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 1974 with Honors
Virginia State Bar – 1986
Illinois State Bar – 1978
Northern District of Illinois - 1978
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals – 2010
Virginia Association of Collaborative Professionals– 2010
Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia – 2010
Virginia State Bar Association
Guardian ad Litem for Incapacitated Adults – 2008 to present
10th District Disciplinary Committee (Member 1992-1994)
Pro Bono Conference Speaker (1994-1996)
Harry L. Carrico 2008 Pro Bono Award
Loudoun County Bar Association (Secretary, 1992-94 and 1998-99, Judicial Selection Committee chair, 1994, Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Bench Bar committee (1997-2003)
Virginia Women Attorneys Association (President, Loudoun Chapter 2008 to present)