Elizabeth Calhoun Howard


As the 1999-2000 fellow, Ms. Howard spent three months working for the American Bar Association Commission on Legal Problems of the elderly in Washington, D.C. She then volunteered at Georgia Legal Services, providing community education and basic legal services for the rural elderly citizens served by the Elder Law Project of Northwest Georgia. Through Legal Services, Beth was also involved in planning an Elder Abuse Prevention conference and worked at the Georgia Senior Legal Hotline. She also served as a teaching and research assistant for Professor Spurgeon’s multi-disciplinary class, Law, Public Policy and the Elderly, which was offered to law students and graduate students who are gerontology certificate candidates at the University of Georgia.

Ms. Howard graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law. She currently lives with her husband, John Howard, in Louisville, Kentucky where she works in the restaurant business.