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Congratulations to PK Law Member Elizabeth Green on her recent appointment by Governor Hogan to Maryland’s BOOST Advisory Board.  BOOST stands for Broadening Options and Opportunities for Students Today and is $5 million scholarship program for students from low-income families to attend nonpublic schools beginning in 2016-17.  The Advisory Board is tasked with determining the parameters for how the scholarship funds will be distributed to those students who are eligible. 

Elizabeth joins a distinguished seven member Board that includes Matthew Gallagher, former Chief of Staff for Governor O’Malley, Nancy Grasmick, Ph.D., former Maryland State Superintendent of Schools and A. Skipp Sanders, former Executive Director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture and who also spent 28 years working for the Maryland State Department of Education. 

Elizabeth is a Member of PK Law and part of the firm’s Wealth Preservation Department. Ms. Green advises individuals and families on basic to sophisticated estate planning.  She works closely with her clients in preparing the necessary documents including wills, powers of attorney, healthcare directives and various forms of trusts to ensure her clients’ estate planning needs and wishes are achieved. Her depth of knowledge in estate planning, tax and charitable planning combined with the compassion she extends is greatly appreciated by her clients who are often in crisis and in desperate need of guidance.  Ms. Green has assisted many clients in addressing the unique issues surrounding disabled and elderly family members; the difficult process of handling the affairs of a deceased family member or close friend; and business owners with succession planning, mergers and acquisitions, financing and day-to-day business concerns.  Elizabeth also has a strong commitment to the community, offering her time and knowledge to a number of organizations such as The Associated, The Baltimore Jewish Council and The Children’s Scholarship Fund of Baltimore. 

Elizabeth can be contacted by email at and by phone at 410-769-6150.