Municipal Judge Elizabeth Allen Is Guest Speaker For Dec. 16 LWV Lunch With A Leader


Lunch with a Leader, will be via Zoom on Thursday, Dec. 16, from noon-1 p.m. Los Alamos Municipal Judge Elizabeth Kelly Allen will be our speaker. Judge Allen was born in Utah, the 10th child in her family. She met her husband, Matthew, while finishing her law degree at Pepperdine School of Law in Malibu California. After graduation they moved to Idaho where she opened her own law firm, E. K. Allen Law. Allen has worked as a criminal prosecutor and defense attorney, handled special education law, real estate, estate planning, business formation, child protection, and post-conviction appeals. 

When her husband’s job as a golf course superintendent brought them and their 2 children to Los Alamos County seven years ago, Allen felt that she was finally coming home. They soon added a third child to their family.  Judge Allen also teaches Business Law at UNM-LA and runs Pueblo Canyon Inn with Matthew. She is currently serving as the board chair for PEEC, and she is a member of JJAB.  In the past, she has volunteered with Family Strengths Network, the Los Alamos Strategic Tourism Task Force, the Lodgers’ Tax Board, and played the string bass in the Los Alamos Symphony Orchestra.

With the onset of COVID, Judge Allen has made major changes to the organization and functioning of the Court. She will be discussing that and other improvements she has instituted since she was elected in 2018 as well as future enhancements to the Court.
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