Florida Women's Law Group - November 2021

“Women, like men, should try to do the impossible. And when they fail, their failure should be a challenge to others.”

–Amelia Earhart

THE PERFECT FIT Meet Legal Administrator Elizabeth Krajewski!

profession.” In fact, the role almost feels tailor-made. “This is the perfect opportunity. I get to put on the lawyer hat when the attorneys have a question,” she says, “and I also get to use my coaching and mentorship skills to manage the staff.” She also enjoys the impact she sees FWLG having on each client. “Interacting with the clients, seeing them achieve a result, and watching their transformation is so rewarding,” Elizabeth says. “I love knowing that we’ve empowered someone — especially another woman — to move forward.” When she’s not doing law work, Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her husband, Steve, and her rescue dog, Figgie Smalls. She’s a diehard Jacksonville Jaguars fan, she jokes, “sometimes against my better judgment.” She loves hiking and going to football games. Steve and Elizabeth also like to go on what they call “reading picnics.” They visit the local bookstore, each pick out a book, and then read their respective tomes over a picnic in the park. When asked what she likes best about her job, Elizabeth doesn’t even have to think about it: “Working with a team of incredible, strong women,” she says. “Every single day, I learn something new from one of my staff members,” she adds. “All of the backgrounds of our staff come together, and each member has an impact on the team and the client’s outcome.”

With both a master’s in public policy and a law degree, Elizabeth Krajewski has no shortage of education. She got her professional start in public policy administration but eventually decided she wanted to put her law degree to good use. Elizabeth finally entered the legal field this year when she joined the Florida Women’s Law Group in April as the Legal Administrator and Director of Operations.

She manages the day-to-day operations of the firm, including the legal and sales teams, client concerns, financials, and vendor relationships.

“Heather is very data driven, and she wanted someone who could really write a policy and procedures manual,” Elizabeth explains. “That was my sweet spot — to bring my analysis and research skills to the legal

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