She is a skilled attorney and her wealth of knowledge and experience in litigation will be an incredible asset to our team and to our clients.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 7, 2008
Harris Law Firm, a Denver family law focuses exclusively on Colorado family law, has announced that attorney Elissa Bercovitz has joined the firm. Her clients will benefit from her considerable experience as a litigator and advocate.
"I am delighted to welcome Elissa to our organization," said Richard Harris, of The Harris Law Firm. "She is a skilled attorney and her wealth of knowledge and experience in litigation will be an incredible asset to our team and to our clients."
Elissa Bercovitz graduated in 1996 from the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in Long Island, New York. In her second year of law school, Ms. Bercovitz participated in the Mental Health Disability Law Clinic. Her experience with this clinic helped her to realize her potential as an advocate; her interpersonal skills should be used to help people who had trouble navigating the complex legal system. Ms. Bercovitz has also volunteered her time as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Denver CASA, an organization that strives to protect children and be a voice for then within the justice system. She is very sensitive to the impact litigation can have on families, especially the children. Ms. Bercovitz's background enhances her ability to relate to her clients and makes her uniquely qualified in the field of family law.
About The Harris Law Firm
Established in 1993, The Harris Law Firm is one of largest Denver family law firms, employing a team of 13 skilled attorneys. In 2007, for the second consecutive year, founding partner Richard A. Harris was named a Colorado Super Lawyer of the Year. Super Lawyers are considered leading attorneys in the area of law in which they practice, and are selected via a survey of the state's top lawyers by Law & Politics Magazine.
In addition to divorce, child custody and support issues in Colorado, The Harris Law Firm also handles mediation, marital agreements, and issues regarding maintenance, paternity, grandparents' rights, and step-parent adoptions.