Elisha graduated cum laude from Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri with a B.A. in Business Administration and received her J.D. from the University of Missouri School of Law in Columbia, Missouri. She is a member of the Missouri Bar, the Boone County Bar, and the American Bar Association. Elisha is also a member of the National Organization for Veterans Advocates, the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims Bar Association, American Collectors Association and National Association for Retail Collections Attorneys.

 

Elisha is a Missouri native having grown up in a small town in Northeast Missouri. In 2010, Elisha relocated her family of six to Columbia, Missouri where she subsequently attended law school and is serving the community as an attorney at law. 

 

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Missouri 2015

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

 

EDUCATION

 

 

ELISHA A. GILMORE

Managing Partner

is a plaintiff's attorney and founder of Gilmore Law Group in Columbia, Missouri. Her areas of practice include personal injury, auto accidents, truck accidents, wrongful  death, creditor remedies, small estate planning, property, and veterans benefits.

 

During law school Elisha worked for in-house counsel for Missouri Association of Realtors and Agents National Title Insurance where she worked on property and real estate related issues.  She also was a founding member of the MU Veterans Law Clinic where she was directly responsible for a Vietnam veteran receiving substantial previously denied benefits going back to the 1970's.

 

Prior to starting her own law practice, Elisha was a student associate at a reputable local law  firm where she successfully practiced in personal injury, wrongful death, and worker's compensation directly resulting in over one million dollars in compensation for the  firm's clients. 

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