- J.D., University of Colorado Law School, Associate Editor - University of Colorado Law Review
- M.S., University of Oxford, United Kingdom
- B.A., University of Colorado, with Distinction
Lisa is a seasoned trial attorney who advocates effectively on behalf of her clients to achieve optimal outcomes in even the most challenging situations. As a former deputy district attorney, she can provide immediate “on-scene” guidance to clients facing a crisis, helping to identify the nature of situation and develop an action plan to limit liability while cooperating with authorities in a responsible and effective manner. Her insight into the thought processes of law enforcement and other government entities provides her clients with an edge when it comes to negotiating favorable outcomes in criminal, administrative, and regulatory proceedings.
Lisa is also a powerful oral advocate, having tried over fifty cases to juries, including several high profile murder and sexual assault cases. As a former Colorado Supreme Court clerk and University of Oxford graduate, she has the analytical and writing skills necessary to prevail on legal issues before the courts and other tribunals, as well.
Lisa’s practice involves general litigation matters with a particular interest in helping clients address the emerging challenges businesses face in the 21st century ethically while protecting their assets and reputation.
- Honorable Monica M. Marquez, Colorado Supreme Court, Law Clerk
- Obtained a complete dismissal of criminal charges against her client prior to the first appearance in court.
- Assisted a client in navigating contact with law enforcement officers about potential criminal conduct of one of its employees.
- Devised and directed a comprehensive investigation of a pattern of corporate misconduct.
- Addressed a data security breach that imperiled the business of her client.