Lorraine is an attorney and dedicated servant leader who has served in various capacities at federal, state, and local levels of government to help shape legislation and policy for the benefit of the community. During her service as a state legislator, Lorraine was a tireless advocate on the issues that matter most including healthcare, education, economic opportunity, and justice reform, all while battling the pandemic and serving constituents.
Prior to founding Elaine Law Group, PLLC, Lorraine was an associate at a complex litigation firm. In her personal capacity for over a decade, Lorraine has helped organize voter protection efforts, trained attorneys in election law, and played an important role in major election law litigation efforts that led to court ordered Texas redistricting maps as well as stopped Texas from implementing Voter ID as drafted.
In her free time, Lorraine serves in other ways. She mentors young people interested in public service and has served on several boards.
Lorraine earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas A&M University School of Law with an Intellectual Property Concentration. Prior to law school, Lorraine graduated from the University of North Texas where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She and her husband are raising their daughter and son in Dallas.