Elizabeth Moore Rothenberg

Elizabeth A. Moore

Environment, Land Use, Real Estate

Beth Moore is an attorney at Sodl & Ingram. Her practice focuses on real estate development, including commercial transactions, land use, and environmental health and safety law. Beth routinely represents landowners seeking land use and zoning changes in northeast Florida, including Jacksonville, St. Johns County, Nassau County, and Fernandina Beach. She also works with commercial buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants at all stages of their projects, from apartment complexes and residential subdivisions to commercial and retail centers.

Beth also advises clients on a wide range of regulatory compliance issues and defends clients against environmental and OSHA enforcement actions brought by federal, state, and local agencies. Moreover, Beth has experience representing clients in federal and state litigation stemming from both commercial and environmental disputes. Prior to joining Sodl & Ingram, Beth was a partner at two global law firms in their Jacksonville, Florida offices.


  • 2004: B.A., University of Pennsylvania, Political Science and Environmental Studies (summa cum laude; Member, Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society)
  • 2007: J.D., The George Washington University Law School (with high honors; Member, Order of the Coif honorary scholastic society; Notes Editor, George Washington Law Review)

Professional Organizations:

  • American Bar Association, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources
  • The Florida Bar, Environmental and Land Use Law Section
  • Jacksonville Bar Association, Environmental and Real Property Law

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