Elizabeth (Liz) Gray
Elizabeth focuses her practice in the areas of elder law, special needs planning, estate planning, guardianships, and the administration of estates. She has developed a reputation among her peers in the legal community as the “go to” person in the areas of elder law and special needs planning.
She is a Past-President and the 2011 recipient of the “Outstanding Member” award of the Virginia chapter (VAELA) of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA); a member of NAELA’s invitation-only Council of Advanced Practitioners; a member of the Special Needs Alliance; and former co-chair of three different sections of the Fairfax County Bar Association: Elder Law, Wills, Trusts & Estates, and Practice Management.
For consecutive years, Elizabeth has been listed in Best Lawyers of America; Super Lawyers; Washingtonian Magazine’s Top Lawyers; Northern Virginia Magazine’s Top Lawyers; and Virginia Business Magazine’s Legal Elite. She is a recipient of the Influential Women of Virginia class of 2012 and Leader in the Law class of 2020 by Virginia Lawyers Media (publisher of Virginia Lawyers Weekly).
A little-known fact: Elizabeth is a former professional violinist, having played with the Binghamton Symphony Orchestra and the Binghamton Pops.