Awards & Recognitions

Locke Lord's Elizabeth Mack Named Women in Business Honoree by Dallas Business Journal

August 26, 2022

Elizabeth Mack, Managing Partner of Locke Lord’s Dallas office, has been named a 2022 Women in Business honoree by Dallas Business Journal, recognizing the region’s most successful women business leaders. Finalists were chosen based on criteria including career achievement, contribution to company and city success, community involvement and leadership. Mack was recognized at an awards luncheon on Aug. 25, 2022.

Mack, who also serves as Chair of the Firm-wide Environmental Section – Real Estate and Corporate and as a member of Locke Lord’s Board of Directors, is a nationally known lawyer with significant experience in brownfield redevelopment, environmental ‎compliance, and environmental litigation. She has a deep understanding of the practical implications ‎associated with environmental issues, ‎combining business savvy with legal, scientific, and technical ‎knowledge. She works on diverse ‎federal issues such as the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA, ‎Endangered Species Act, RCRA, TSCA, ‎NEPA, Safe Drinking Water Act, and state voluntary clean-up, ‎corrective action, and enforcement ‎actions across the country.‎

Mack ‎is an active volunteer and holds a number of leadership ‎positions, having been honored on ‎many occasions for her pro bono work in the community, including being named “Outstanding Law ‎Firm Pro Bono Coordinator” by the Dallas Bar Association. As part of her pro bono efforts, she has ‎served on the Texas Supreme Court Task Force to Expand Legal Service Delivery to the Poor.‎ ‎She has also served as a Past Chair and current member of the Board of Directors of Texas Appleseed, a nonprofit promoting social, economic, and racial justice ‎for all Texans.

Additionally, Mack is a Past Chair of the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas, serves on the ‎Executive Committee of the Harvard Alumni Real Estate Board and the Executive Committee of the ‎Dallas Regional Chamber, which leverages business ‎resources to enhance the quality of life for all in ‎North Texas.‎

Read Dallas Business Journal’s Q&A with Elizabeth Mack (subscription may be required).