Elizabeth Milliken believes that her role as an attorney in our community is to help people use the legal system to find cost-effective solutions to multi-faceted problems.
Elizabeth Milliken began her legal career in 1994 with the Marion County ProsecutorÃ¢s Office where she gained valuable trial experience as a traditional prosecutor handling a wide variety of misdemeanor and felony cases and then specializing in cases involving drug offenses and search & seizure issues. Branching out into the non-traditional role of a Community Prosecutor, Ms. Milliken worked daily with law enforcement officers from the Marion County SheriffÃ¢s Department, the Indianapolis Police Department, and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department applying aspects of both criminal and civil law to tackle complex crime problems that plagued Indianapolis neighborhoods. While serving as a Community Prosecutor, Ms. Milliken also worked closely with residents of indianapolis neighborhoods expanding her skills not only as a litigator, but also as a problem-solver.
Since beginning her private practice, Ms. Milliken has found her unconventional skills learned while working with residents of a diverse community to resolve complex problems and relationships to be invaluable when representing clients in high-level criminal matters as well as in cases involving divorce, child custody, and general civil issues.
- Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
- J.D. / Law
- Beloit College
- B.A. / Sociology
- Trial Attorney, Community Prosecutor
- Marion County Prosecutor's Office
- Indianapolis Bar Association
- - Current
- 7th Circuit
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