Elicia M. Inman

Elicia M. Inman

Law Clerk


Elicia M. Inman is a Law Clerk at Sawin Law, P.C., where she assists the firm in practice areas including family law, probate, and estate planning.

Ms. Inman is in her third year at Suffolk University Law School. She is a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rule 3:03 Student-Attorney in the Suffolk University Law School Family Advocacy Clinic and serves as a Family Advocacy Clinical Expert in Suffolk’s Legal Innovations and Technology Fellowship. Ms. Inman is also an active member of the Women’s Law Association and Suffolk’s Progress to Success.

Suffolk’s Legal Practice Skills Program has recognized Ms. Inman for her outstanding performance in oral advocacy. This recognition granted her the unique opportunity to compete in the Honorable McLaughlin Appellate Advocacy Competition in her second year.

Before joining Sawin Law, P.C., Ms. Inman interned in personal injury and workers’ compensation. She also served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Judge Esther Salas in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. In this capacity, she led a committee for the first, federal judiciary sponsored Opioid Symposium.

Prior to law school, Ms. Inman graduated from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Arts in Policy Studies and Political Science.

  • Education
  • WSuffolk University Law School
  • WClass of 2023 Syracuse University, B.A. (Policy Studies and Political Science) 2020
  • Memberships
  • WFamily Advocacy Clinic at Suffolk University Law School
  • WLegal Innovations and Technologies Fellowship at Suffolk University Law School
  • WWomen’s Law Association at Suffolk University Law School
  • WProgress to Success at Suffolk University Law School

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