Lisa is an associate in two of the firm’s Trial Groups: Professional Liability, Bad Faith and Complex Litigation; and Governmental Liability and Employment Law. In her professional liability, bad faith and complex litigation practice, she represents clients in issues involving contract disputes, tort claims and insurance coverage. In her governmental and employment law practice, Lisa defends public entities in civil litigation claims and employment-related matters including premises liability, discrimination, wrongful termination and transgender protections.
During law school, Lisa served as President of the Executive Moot Court Board and earned the CALI Award in Negotiation. In her third year, Lisa was selected by her peers to be the student speaker at her law school graduation ceremony. While earning her Masters in Fine Arts, she worked as a graduate teaching assistant and writing tutor. In her senior year of undergraduate studies, Lisa served as Editor in Chief of The Lumberjack Newspaper.
Lisa spends most of her free time with her husband, daughter, dogs and cat (when the cat is feeling magnanimous). She especially enjoys spending time outdoors between October and May, reading, and discovering the many hidden gems Arizona has to offer.
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, J.D., 2017
Northern Arizona University, M.F.A., English and Creative Writing, 2013
Northern Arizona University, B.S., Sociology and English, 2009