Elizabeth “Brooks” Savage practices intellectual property, business, and administrative law, with a focus on vice industries.
She represents small and independent alcohol producers and retailers (such as breweries, wineries, distilleries, bars, and restaurants) with various
business needs, including navigating state and federal Alcoholic Beverage Control laws, permitting and licensing, corporate structure, operations,
trademark, and contracts. In the cannabis and entertainment industries, Elizabeth works with entrepreneurs, content creators, and businesses as they
start-up, expand, and develop. Ultimately, her goal as an attorney is to help people who are chasing their dreams.
Elizabeth attended East Carolina University for her undergraduate studies, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology.
As a dual degree graduate from Campbell University, she also holds a Juris Doctor and a Master of Science in Public Health. During law school she
led pro bono activities as the Campbell Law Pro Bono Council Director, served as a MLK Intern for Legal Aid of NC, externed with the NC Department
of Justice and the NC Justice Center, and co-founded the Health Law Association. Her commitment to public service was recognized by the NC State Bar
and Campbell Law School; she was the only law student in her graduating class to receive both the State Bar Student Pro Bono Service Award and the
Campbell Law Outstanding Commitment to Pro Bono and Public Service Award. Elizabeth began her career in public service as a Fellow and Staff Attorney
with the Disaster Relief Project of Legal Aid of NC, where she focused on the intersection of disaster law and public health, and worked to promote
health and justice for North Carolinians.
Elizabeth is an active member of the Wake County Bar Association/10th Judicial District Bar, North Carolina Bar Association, and North Carolina
Association of Women Attorneys. She currently serves as co-chair of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee for the Young Lawyers Division of the
North Carolina Bar Association, and is a member of the Communications & Technology Committee for the Wake County Bar Association/10th Judicial
District Bar. At a national level, she is a member of the American Bar Association’s YLD Disaster Legal Services Program, where she coordinates
disaster legal services during federally declared disasters for various states, including North Carolina. She is also member of Pink Boots Society,
an organization committed to the advancement of women and non-binary persons in the alcoholic beverage industry.
In her spare time, she enjoys trying new craft beverages, hiking and spending time with her husband and their service animals.