Community Service

"I have been committed to public service my entire career because I want to work with and for my community.  I am lucky my role as a judge also allows me to go out to schools and civic groups both to teach what I have learned and honor their achievements.  It brings another level of satisfaction to meet so many wonderful people and share my passion for our judicial system."

Judge Elizabeth Flood has been directly involved with the Kane County community for over 25 years.

Judge Flood has presented "Worries of the World Wide Web" to middle schools throughout Kane County, to educate our children about staying safe on the internet and the responsible use of social media.
Judge Flood is proud to participate in Too Good For Drug Graduations at elementary schools throughout Kane County.
Judge Flood has taught at Youth Police Academies, Citizens Police Academies, and Criminal Justice classes throughout Kane County.
Judge Flood has spoken to Boy and Girl Scout troops about the careers of attorney and judge.
Judge Flood was a keynote speaker at the
2020 Batavia Inspire Awards.
Judge Flood has served as an evaluator and judge for decades at the Kane County Mock Trial competition for high school students.
Judge Flood and her husband volunteered at the 2019 Aurora Green Fest.
Judge Flood has been nominated for a leadership award for Public Service, at the 2020 Elgin YWCA Leader Luncheon.

What They're Saying