Elizabeth Lee Maron, a Partner in Adams and Reese's Jackson office, has been reappointed by the Mississippi Supreme Court for a third term to the Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education.
Maron was appointed by Justice Jim Kitchens, and in July, the Commission members elected Maron to serve as Chairman for 2009-2010.
Maron is a Partner in the Special Business Services Practice Group at Adams and Reese and her legal practice focuses on education law, employment law, real estate transactions and general litigation. She has defended public and private sector employers in cases where employees have alleged claims of age, race, sex, and national origin discrimination and/or harassment and claims of wrongful termination.
Maron is a frequent speaker on employment and education issues and provides training for clients on avoiding harassment and discrimination claims. In the real estate area, Maron has worked with clients in the purchase and sale of property, with an emphasis in the purchase and sale of timberlands and the issues accompanying that sector of real estate.
Maron is active in the community, having served as chairman of the Arts and Education Focus Team for the Junior League of Jackson and as a member of the Junior League’s Community Council. In 2004, she was named as one of Mississippi’s "Top 40 Under 40" by the Mississippi Business Journal. Maron was selected as one of Mississippi's 50 Leading Business Women, 2005-2006, and was selected to participate in Leadership Mississippi, 2005.
Adams and Reese is a multidisciplinary, regional law firm with offices in Baton Rouge, LA; Birmingham, AL; Houston, TX; Jackson, MS; Memphis, TN; Mobile, AL; Nashville, TN; New Orleans, LA and Washington, DC. American Lawyer Magazine recently named Adams and Reese to its distinguished list of the nation’s top 200 firms - “The Am Law 200.” The National Law Journal also lists the firm on the “NLJ 250” of the nation’s largest law firms.