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Elizabeth C. Roggio

Primary Office
1500 Market St. 3500E
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Direct(215) 575-7390
Fax(215) 575-7200


Michele DeFinizio
(215) 575-7049

Elizabeth C. Roggio is an Associate in the Corporate and Real Estate Departments. She concentrates her practice on representing clients in a broad range of corporate and business areas.

Ms. Roggio previously worked as a student attorney at the Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy clinic, where she represented start-up companies in a broad range of transactions and controversies. Her prior work experience includes working for Senator Robert P. Casey both on his 2006 campaign and in his U.S. Senate Office. She also managed a U.S. congressional campaign and led an education advocacy and policy coalition in Los Angeles. Her legal pro bono experience includes representing clients whose unemployment benefits were denied in administrative hearings.

Ms. Roggio is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School, where she received the Richardson Scholarship, the Dean’s Merit Scholarship, the Centennial Grant Scholarship, and the Academic Achievement Scholarship. Additionally, she was awarded the Alexander and Emily Mehr Memorial Prize for outstanding advocacy in competition, and the Robert Lewis Prize for excellence in labor law. During law school, she was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and received two awards for superior oral advocacy at the American Bar Association National Competition, and the Wagner Labor and Employment Law Competition. She was named to the National Order of Barristers and received the Brooklyn Law Moot Court award. She also served as associate Managing Editor for the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law. Ms Roggio received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Lehigh University.

Professional & Community Activities

  • Member, Philadelphia Bar Association
  • Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association.

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Alternate Biographies





  • J.D., Brooklyn Law School, 2015
    • Order of Barristers
    • Phi Delta Phi Legal Honors Society
    • Moot Court Honor Society
    • Associate Managing Editor, Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law
  • B.A., Lehigh University, 2005

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania, 2015
  • New Jersey, 2015