Elizabeth Antrobus received her undergraduate degree in 1997 from Marquette University and her law degree in 2000 from DePaul University College of Law. She was admitted to practice in Illinois the following year. Prior to joining the Juvenile Division of the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office, Ms. Antrobus has spent her legal career dedicated to the representation of indigent clients.
After graduating from law school, she worked as an Assistant Public Defender in Cook County, Illinois where she worked in the Municipal Division and the Felony Trial Division. She represented both juveniles and adults and litigated hundreds of misdemeanor and felony cases to both judges and juries.
After being admitted to practice law in Kentucky in 2006, she became a Staff Attorney in the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy. In 2007, she became a graduate of the Kentucky Death Penalty Institute.
She was admitted to practice law in Ohio in 2013 and was hired as Trial Counsel in the Juvenile Division of the Hamilton County Public Defender’s on May 1, 2014.