Elizabeth McCall has been with Bononi & Company since 2004. Previously, she advocated for abused and neglected children for several years in dependency court and she served as a judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable John M. Cascio. In the past, she also served as a Mental Health Hearing Officer for Westmoreland County.
Elizabeth grew up in Western Maryland then attended West Virginia Wesleyan College, where she graduated with honors, receiving her Bachelor of Arts in English & Political Science. She then went on to earn her Juris Doctor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
Elizabeth, a highly accomplished attorney who focuses on family law, is a key member of Bononi & Company’s professional staff. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association as well as the Westmoreland County Bar Association, in which she is actively involved with the Family Law Committee and serves on the Fee Dispute Committee. She has been admitted to practice in the Western District of Pennsylvania as well as the United States Supreme Court. Elizabeth has taught and moderated at several family law-related Continuing Legal Education courses through the local Bar Association.
Elizabeth volunteers as a YMCA Swim Official, as her children have all enjoyed competitive swimming and/or diving. She serves as an officer for her local high school swim team. She spends fall weekends chaperoning for the marching band. She enjoys fundraising for the JDRF to combat Type 1 Diabetes. She also is the Education Committee Chairperson for her church. She previously served on Boards for the Laughlintown Community Center and the Ligonier Township Recreation Board.
Elizabeth is married and has three children, of whom she is very proud.
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