Elizabeth MacLachlan

Co-Chair, Concierge / Hosting

Elizabeth MacLachlan was born in Saskatchewan, Canada and grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Rapid City, South Dakota. Elizabeth is a third-year law student at J. Reuben Clark Law School. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a BS in Family Life, where she co-authored a paper entitled “The Power of Prayer in Transforming Individuals and Marital Relationships: A Qualitative Examination of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Families,” published in Review of Religious Research. Elizabeth’s love of learning about world cultures and religions brought her to travel to Jordan and Israel during her undergraduate studies. In 2016 she interned at the law firm Matheson in Dublin, Ireland, where she worked in the firm’s International Corporate department. Last year she served on the 2016 Symposium Executive Committee and returns this year to co-chair the concierge / hosting team. Elizabeth enjoys playing violin, creating artwork, and reading fantasy and science fiction novels.