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“Working to assist others has always been important to me. One of the things I most appreciate about RLP is working alongside three other dedicated and motivated attorneys who—together—form a strong team that not only works together to solve the problems of our clients, but that also truly enjoys doing so.”
Elizabeth M. Klein, Partner
Beth grew up on Long Island, New York, but was recruited to play soccer for Wake Forest University when the program was entering its third year. Wake was an easy choice for Beth because it offered her an incredible combination of rigorous academics and the opportunity to play in the best conference in the country for Women’s Soccer. So, following high school, Beth headed south for warmer weather and warmer people.
Beth initially decided against law school because she thought most lawyers were less concerned with helping people and more concerned with helping themselves. Instead, Beth pursued her goal of helping others by working as a Social Worker. Ironically, it was as a Social Worker that she realized that when people need help the most, they usually need a lawyer. A milestone birthday and jury duty eventually convinced her it was time to go to law school.
Beth attended Elon Law School, where she was active in Moot Court, OutLaw and the Innocence Project. Beth chose Elon because she had already made Greensboro her home, and wasn’t looking to move. While in law school, Beth worked with Amiel and Gavin as a Summer Associate at Rossabi Black Slaughter, PA.
The quality of her work was so exceptional for a law student that, following her internship, Beth was invited back to co-write a brief for the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Beth’s analysis and argument on “piercing the corporate veil” convinced the court and won the case for the client. Her efforts in the matter were so substantial that she was officially listed as one of the principle attorneys “on the brief”—a rare honor for a law student. After graduating, Beth began her legal career as a Litigation Associate at Rossabi Black Slaughter where she worked closely with Amiel and Gavin on a wide-range of general litigation matters.
In May 2016, Beth was excited to be one of the founding partners of Rossabi Law Partners along with her close-friends and valued colleagues, Amiel, Gavin, and Adam. Beth’s practice focuses primarily on small business and contract disputes, general litigation, Intellectual Property, and employment matters.
Areas of Practice:
General Civil Litigation and Appeals; Business Litigation; Insurance Defense; Estate Litigation; Patent, Trademark and Copyright Litigation; Trademark and Copyright Registration.
Elon University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2012.
Member, Moot Court Board; Vice President, Outlaw.
Member, Elon Innocence Project.
Wake Forest University, B.A. with honors in Sociology, 2000.
The Order of Barristers; National Association of Women Lawyers Recognition.
Elon Law Alumni Association – F. Leary Davis Service and Leadership in the Community Award
Admitted to the North Carolina State Bar; U.S. District Court for the Western, Middle, and Eastern Districts of North Carolina.
American Inns of Court
North Carolina Bar Association
Greensboro Bar Association
Claims & Litigation Management Alliance
Civic and Community Involvement:
Board Member, ACLU of North Carolina
Elon Law Preceptor
Elon Law Council on Professionalism and Intercultural Engagement