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Elizabeth Rollings and Doug Friman

Elizabeth Rollings graduated from Green Fields Country Day School in 2002, and attended Connecticut College where she earned a B.A. in Economics and Government in 2006. She was accepted to the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona in 2009 (which is where she met Doug – on the first day of school!) and graduated in May 2012. Elizabeth began working for Fleming & Curti in June 2011 and continued working on projects with them through her final year of law school.

Elizabeth and Doug first heard about SVP through Partners Robert and Rhonda Fleming and former Partners Mark Rubin and Jane Wilson.

“My brother and I grew up watching both of our parents give back and serve others,” said Elizabeth. “Now the tradition of service is something I’m excited to carry on myself. As a 3rd generation Tucsonan who has seen her hometown grow and change, I recognize the importance of promoting community organizations at a grassroots level.”

Doug Friman is interested in estate planning, water law and hopes to practice in the realm of transactional law. He recently finished clerking for the presiding judge of the Juvenile Court, Karen Adam. Doug has passed both the Arizona and California bar exams. He grew up in Edinburgh and went to Andover for boarding school, then later attended the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, before transferring to Cornell University where he was a history major and member of the swim team. Doug was the first-ever age 10-and-under National Junior Triathlon Champion and continued to swim, bike and run throughout high school and college. After graduation from Cornell in 1997, Doug raced Olympic-distance triathlons competitively for a decade. By the time he retired in 2008, he had traveled to 22 countries in 11 years.

Most weekends, Doug and Elizabeth enjoy meals with family. They also love to travel to new places together. Elizabeth mentioned that if they could drop everything and go on a trip right now, it would be exploring off the beaten track in Western Australia.