ELIZABETH L. TULL
12 Portland Pier
Elizabeth Tull is an associate at Robinson, Kriger & McCallum and focuses her practice on workers’ compensation defense. Liz also works on matters in a variety of other practice areas, including real estate and civil litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Liz was a law clerk for the Honorable Andrew M. Mead of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.
Liz graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maine School of Law in 2016, where she received the Faculty Significant Achievement Award and the Pro Bono Publica Award for her work with the Volunteer Lawyers Project. During law school, Liz served as a student attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, where she represented clients with family and criminal law issues. Liz also served as the Technical Editor for the Maine Law Review and a teaching assistant for the Legal Writing Department. In addition, she completed an externship with Judge Kermit Lipez at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and a Bernstein Fellowship at the Maine District Court.
A South Portland resident, Liz spends her free time trying out new recipes, reading, and enjoying the outdoors with her fiancé.
University of Maine School of Law, J.D. (summa cum laude), 2016
University of Maine, B.A. (summa cum laude with highest honors), 2013
Maine State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Elizabeth L. Tull, What Constitutes “Custody” Under Miranda? An Examination of Maine’s Test As Applied in State v. Kittredge, 67 Me. L. Rev. 413 (2015).