Elizabeth Silvestri joined the field of family law to further her desire to help individuals in a meaningful way. While an undergraduate at Boston College, Elizabeth was a member of 4boston, the college’s largest weekly service organization dedicated to giving back to the Boston community. Twice a week, Elizabeth volunteered at Pine Street Inn, a homeless shelter located in South Boston. She graduated from Boston College at the top of her class with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Minor in International Studies.
Elizabeth then attended Suffolk University Law School where she was a Note Editor for Suffolk University Law Review. While on law review, she authored a note analyzing the relationship between the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the for-profit, secular corporation in light of the Supreme Court’s decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby. Additionally, she wrote a case comment discussing the level of scrutiny applied to Second Amendment challenges. She graduated from Suffolk University Law School cum laude.
Currently, Elizabeth is an active member of both the Massachusetts Bar Association and Boston Bar Association. Her participation includes writing for the Boston Bar Association’s Family Law Section Newsletter. In her spare time, she enjoys working in her family’s restaurant and exercising. She is an avid cyclist and barre enthusiast.