Elizabeth Bowman is a member of the firm of Bowman & Howley. She has a general civil practice, focusing on the areas of estate planning and successions, in which she became certified by the Louisiana Board of Legal Specialization in 2015, one of only approximately 114 lawyers in the State of Louisiana to have that distinction. Seventy percent of Ms. Bowman’s practice is in the area of succession and estate planning. She also practices in the areas of family law, including property partitions and related matters. She also practices other areas of the law involving immovable property including real estate law.
She received her undergraduate degree from Louisiana Scholars’ College at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches in 1991 and her law degree from Loyola Law School in 1994. She is actively involved in the local community including as an adjunct teacher at Academy of Our Lady teaching law internship to seniors and also performs volunteer work with various civic organizations including Girls Scouts of Louisiana East and St. Joseph’s Women’s Club in Gretna, Louisiana. She also is actively involved in her childrens’ schools including serving as a member of the parents’ organizations at Cabrini, Brother Martin and Visitation of Our Lady.