Lisa

Lisa Solomon NCN profile headshot
Practice Areas

appeals, civil rights, class action, commercial litigation, employment, foreclosure, family/matrimonial, insurance coverage, personal injury, trusts and estates litigation

Admissions

New York, United States Supreme Court, Second Circuit Court of Appeals, United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York

Education

New York University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1993

Brandeis University, B.A., magna cum laude, 1990
Phi Beta Kappa, Dean’s List (all semesters), Justice Brandeis Scholar, Abraham Sachar Scholar

Lisa was one of the first lawyers to recognize and take advantage of the technological advances that make outsourcing legal research and writing services practical and profitable for law firms of all sizes. She has practiced exclusively as a freelance lawyer since 1996, providing legal research and writing services to solos and small firms nationwide.

Before establishing her solo freelance practice, Lisa was an educational specialist at LexisNexis from 1995 to 1996. In that role, she trained New York City-area law students on how to use the company’s legal research software. From 1993 through 1995, she was an associate at Wohl & Entwistle, a New York City civil litigation boutique.

Lisa’s innovative law practice has been featured in periodicals such as the National Law Journal and the ABA Journal, and in a number of books about legal careers. Lisa is also a nationally-known author and speaker about freelance lawyering and persuasive legal writing.

In her free time, Lisa enjoys cooking, amateur mycology (mushroom hunting), and foraging for other wild edible foods.

Update Your Research And Validate Your Cases With Alternative Citators
MyCase Blog, March 23, 2016

Another Free Legal Research Tool: Casetext
MyCase Blog, October 2, 2015

Choosing the Right Legal Research Tool for Your Law Firm
eBook (MyCase September 2015) (registration req.)

To Improve Your Brief-Writing, Study How Judges Write Opinions
The Appellate Forum, Vol. 3, Issue 1 (July 2015)

Use Copywriting Techniques to Write More Persuasive Appellate Briefs
GP Solo eReport, Vol 4 No. 10 (May 2015)

For Efficient Collaboration, the OneDrive to Rule them All
Law Technology Today, October 29, 2014 (co-author)

Video VS Telephone for Small Firm Collaboration
Clio Blog, October 3, 2014

Use Copywriting Techniques to Write More Persuasive Briefs
The Appellate Forum, Vol. 2, Issue 2 (July 2014)

Pixel Persuasion: Appellate Brief-Writing for the 21st Century
The Appellate Forum, Vol. 2, Issue 1 (January 2014)

Product Note: Is Best Authority the Best Choice for Your Firm?
GPSolo eReport, Vol. 2, No. 10 (May 2013)

Pixel Persuasion: Legal Writing for the 21st Century
The Nebraska Lawyer, Vol. 15 No. 4, at pp.43-45 (July/August 2012)

Add Mailing Lists to Your Marketing Mix, Part 2
Legal Solutions Blog, March 13, 2012

Add Mailing Lists to Your Marketing Mix, Part 1
Legal Solutions Blog, March 6, 2012

Is your successful practice wearing you down? Freelance attorneys can help you get your life back
Legal Productivity Blog, December 6, 2011

It’s a County, Not a Fiefdom!
Smallfirmville, April 16, 2010 (co-author)

Work-Life Balance Lessons for (and from) Micro-Firm Lawyers
ABA Journal’s Legal Rebels Project, October 14, 2009

Outsourcing Legal Research and Writing Projects
in Effectively Staffing Your Law Firm (Jennifer J. Rose ed., ABA 2009)

Product Review: The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet: Conducting Effective Investigative & Legal Research on the Internet
Legal Information Alert, Vol. 27, No. 6, at p.11 (January 2009)

Associates? I Don’t Need no Stinkin’ Associates!! A Brief Introduction to the Use of Contract Lawyers
Solo Newsletter (Summer 2008)

Ethical Judicial Opinion Writing
21 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 237 (Spring 2008) (co-author)

Appellate Services Providers: Not Just for Printing Anymore
35 Westchester County Bar Journal 53 (Spring/Summer 2008)

Legal Research and Writing Services
GP|Solo Magazine, March 2008, at p.48

Specialists Will Take Care of the Messy Detail Work
National Law Journal, February 19, 2007, at pp.S5-S6

Product Review: Internet Law Researcher
GP|Solo Magazine, April/May 2006, at p. 62

Taking an Appeal
GP|Solo Magazine, October/November 2002, at pp. 32-33

Timely Disclaimer, Reasonable Efforts and the Uncooperative Insured
New York Law Journal, November 1, 1999, at p. 1

Considering booking Lisa to speak for your organization? Check out her speaking testimonials and clips.

Click on presentation titles for program descriptions and venues

Participants in this interactive workshop analyze their firms’ legal research needs and learn about the available tools—free and subscription, low-cost and premium—available to meet those needs.

Presented at

Academy for Private Practice
Sponsored by Above the Law
October 2, 2015
New York, New York

In the past, many lawyers got their start by performing freelance (a/k/a contract) work for other lawyers. Today, a growing cadre of experienced, highly qualified freelance lawyers provide project-based support to solos and small firms. Learn about how to work with freelance lawyers to maximize the benefits to your firm and your clients.

Topics covered in this course include:

  • Benefits of outsourcing work to a freelance lawyer
  • How to find a freelance lawyer to work with
  • What a good freelance lawyer should bring to the table
  • Ethical issues in the outsourcing relationship

Presented at

A Day in an Attorney’s Life: Ethics, Practice and the Pursuit of Happiness
Sponsored by Lawline
December 15, 2012
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

Webcast sponsored by the Oklahoma Bar Association
February 6, 2012
January 13, 2012
December 5, 2011

4th Annual Law Practice Management and Development Institute: Strategic Solutions for Solo to Mid-Size Firms
Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute
August 5, 2011
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Nebraska-Iowa Solo and Small Firm Conference (under the title “Minimize Growing Pains—Expand Your Small Firm Practice with the Help of Contract Attorneys“)
Sponsored by the Nebraska State Bar Association
July 28, 2011
Council Bluffs, Iowa

Vermont Solo & Small Firm Conference
Sponsored by the Vermont Bar Association
May 19, 2011
Vergennes, Vermont
Co-presenter with Carolyn Elefant

New York County Lawyers Association (under the title “How to Work With Contract Lawyers: Strategies for Saving Your Firm Money, Increasing Your Profits, Improving the Way You Practice Law—and Getting Your Life Back“)
March 10, 2011
New York, New York
Co-presenter with Patricia Sokolich

New York City Bar Small Law Firm Center (under the title “Minimize Growing Pains—Expand Your Small Firm Practice with the Help of Contract Attorneys“)
October 5, 2010
New York, New York

Webinar sponsored by RocketMatter
September 23, 2010

3rd Annual Law Practice Management and Development Institute: Strategic Solutions for Solo to Mid-Size Firms (under the title “Associates? I Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Associates! Why and How to Work With Contract Lawyers“)
Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute
August 20, 2010
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Strategic Solutions for Solo & Small Firms Conference (under the title “Associates? I Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Associates!“)
Sponsored by Minnesota CLE
August 3, 2010
Duluth, Minnesota
Co-presenter with Susan Minsberg

Segment in Growth Strategies for Law Firms webinar sponsored by Clio
September 17, 2013

More and more judges are reading briefs on computer screens, rather than on paper. While many of the basic principles of effective brief writing apply regardless of the manner in which the court consumes your brief, the electronic medium presents new opportunities to leverage both technology and principles of document design and web usability to give your brief even more persuasive power.

In this program, attendees learn how to more persuasively present information intended to be read on a screen in pdf format. We discuss:

  • how judges are reading briefs today
  • the important differences between screen-reading and paper-reading
  • the F-pattern
  • tips for writing for the 21st-Century legal reader

Presented at

Brooklyn Bar Association
March 23, 2015
Brooklyn, New York

New York State Bar Association General Practice Section
November 19, 2014
New York, New York

Webinar sponsored by MyCase
March 20, 2014

New York City Bar Center for CLE
July 12, 2012
New York, New York

Nassau Academy of Law
October 25, 2011
Mineola, New York

Webinar sponsored by Lawline
August 23, 2011

Nebraska-Iowa Solo and Small Firm Conference
Sponsored by the Nebraska Bar Association
Council Bluffs, Iowa

New York County Lawyers Association
June 6, 2011
New York, New York
Co-presenter with Christine Falcicchio
Additional content: In the second part of the program, attendees learned how interactive hyperlinked briefs can streamline the presentation of information and maximize the persuasive power of your arguments. Studies show that people retain information better when it is presented in multiple formats (including audio and video), rather than in just a single format (such as text). Topics covered in this section of the program included:

  • what a hyperlinked brief is, and why you use one even if your case record doesn’t include rich media such as audio or video
  • what courts really think about hyperlinked briefs
  • when you should use a hyperlinked brief, and when you shouldn’t
The ability to write forcefully and effectively is critical to your success as a lawyer. In this program, attendees learn to write more persuasively by using the same powerful techniques that copywriters have relied on for years. Attendees discover what these techniques are and how to apply them in briefs and client-focused writing.

Topics covered in this course include:

  • The greatest challenge your writing must overcome to persuade readers to take a desired action
  • Basic concepts underlying all effective persuasive writing—ignore these and you’re sunk
  • How to write a compelling brief that the judge just can’t put down
  • The role of emotion in jurisprudence and how to trigger the reader’s emotions
  • The things readers absolutely hate—and how to avoid them
  • How to deal with objections to your position
  • Closing the deal: conclusions and calls to action

Presented at

A Day in an Attorney’s Life: Ethics, Practice and the Pursuit of Happiness
Sponsored by Lawline
December 15, 2012
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

Webinar sponsored by the Federal Bar Council
May 30, 2012

4th Annual Law Practice Management and Development Institute: Strategic Solutions for Solo to Mid-Size Firms
Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute
August 4, 2011
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Vermont Solo & Small Firm Conference (under the title “Powerful Persuasive Writing Techniques for Your Marketing Materials and Briefs“)
Sponsored by the Vermont Bar Association
May 19, 2011
Vergennes, Vermont

Webinar sponsored by the Organization of Legal Professionals
March 15, 2011

NYSBA Annual Meeting
Sponsored by the New York State Bar Association
January 28, 2011
New York, New York

Nassau Academy of Law
January 22, 2011
Mineola, New York

Webinar sponsored by the Organization of Legal Professionals
November 10, 2010

Webinar sponsored by Avvo
October 7, 2010

New York County Lawyers Association
October 4, 2010
New York, New York

Michigan State Bar Association 7th Annual Solo & Small Firm Institute (under the title “Powerful Persuasive Writing Techniques for Your Marketing Material and Briefs
Sponsored by the Michigan State Bar Association
September 30, 2010
Grand Rapids, Michigan

NCLE Solo & Small Firm Conference
Sponsored by Nebraska Continuing Legal Education and the General Practice and Law Practice Management Sections of the Nebraska State Bar Association
August 5 and 6, 2010
La Vista, Nebraska

Strategic Solutions for Solo & Small Firms Conference (under the title “Powerful Writing Techniques That Persuade Both Judges and Clients“)
Sponsored by Minnesota CLE
August 3, 2010
Duluth, Minnesota

Webcast
Sponsored by the American Bar Association’s GP|Solo Division and the ABA Center for Continuing Legal Education
February 7, 2010
Co-presenter with Hon. Gerald Lebovits

National Solo & Small Firm Conference
Sponsored by the American Bar Association’s GP|Solo Division
October 16, 2009
Co-presenter with Hon. Gerald Lebovits

Westchester Women’s Bar Association
September 23, 2008
White Plains, New York

Microsoft MVP Ben Schorr and I discuss how to find the 25th hour in your day—and more—by using Microsoft® Office 365™ to:

  • More effectively communicate with clients
  • stay ahead of court dates & reduce malpractice concerns
  • Better organize your case, firm, and client information
  • Maximize office time and reduce deadline- and work-related stress

Presented at

Webinar sponsored by LexisNexis
March 10, 2015

LegalTech® New York (under the title Microsoft® Office 365™ for Lawyers)
February 3, 2015
New York, New York

Outsourcing is the wave of the future. But it’s not just for big firms and the staffing agencies that serve those firms.

Freelance attorneys are a growing cadre of solo practitioners who, enabled by technology, work on a project-by-project basis for other lawyers. More and more lawyers—from newly-admitted attorneys who are tired of sitting on the sidelines of the legal job market to experienced attorneys who want an intellectually fulfilling legal career and work/life balance—are entering this practice area. This program addresses these important questions:

  • What is the most powerful way to market your services as a contract lawyer?
  • How much should you charge, and how can you make sure you get paid?
  • What ethical issues arise in the freelance lawyering relationship, and how are those resolved?
  • Should you obtain your own malpractice insurance?
  • If you want to concentrate on legal research and writing, do you need your own Lexis or Westlaw/WestlawNext subscription? How can you get the best deal from these companies? What alternatives are available?
  • How can you compete with foreign LPOs?
  • What impact will the ABA Ethics 20/20 Commission’s initial draft proposal concerning changes to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct have on freelance attorneys and the lawyers who hire them?
  • Why is a shaky economy good news for freelance lawyers?

Presented at

New York County Lawyers Association
November 10, 2011
New York, New York

This seminar for appellate court judges addresses:

  • the benefits of reading electronically-filed documents on a tablet or computer monitor, rather than on paper
  • the important differences between screen-reading and paper-reading
  • how to improve the physical environment for on-screen reading
  • how to encourage the appellate bar to draft documents optimized for on-screen reading

Presented at

2013 Appellate Court Specialty Seminar
Sponsored by the Wisconsin Office of Judicial Education
September 20, 2013
Madison, Wisconsin

Practical Social Media: Social Media in Action

You’ve heard the buzz about social media, but how are lawyers actually implementing it? In this hands-on talk, we’ll share specifics of getting started with social media—how to create effective profiles, build trusted relationships, establish yourself as an expert in your field and develop a personal and memorable brand.

Presented at

4th Annual Law Practice Management and Development Institute: Strategic Solutions for Solo to Mid-Size Firms
Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute
August 4, 2011
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Co-presenter with Carolyn Elefant

 

Using Social Media in Your Practice

Important principles for effective participation.

Presented at

Strategic Solutions for Solo & Small Firms Conference
Sponsored by the https://www.minncle.org/SeminarDetail.aspx?ID=105261101
August 2, 2011
Duluth, Minnesota
Co-presenter with Carolyn Elefant

 

Social Media for Lawyers: Six Important Principles for Effective Participation

Social media is an efficient and economical tool that lawyers can use to help their practices grow and thrive. In this program, lawyers learned about six important principles, applicable across social media platforms, that will help them use social media to promote and market their practices, showcase their areas of expertise, and network with other attorneys.

Presented at

National Solo & Small Firm Conference
Sponsored by the American Bar Association’s GP|Solo Division
October 16, 2009
Co-presenter with Nicole Black

New York Law School
October 8, 2009
New York, New York
Co-presenter with Nicole Black

The ability to write forcefully and effectively is critical to every lawyer’s success. Because more and more judges are reading briefs on computer screens, rather than on paper, in Part 1 of this program, attendees learn how to leverage technology as well as principles of document design and web usability to maximize the persuasive power of their briefs. In Part 2, attendees learn to write more persuasively by using the same powerful techniques that copywriters have relied on for years.

Key topics discussed in this course:

  • How to persuasively present information intended to be read on a screen in pdf format
  • Common copywriting techniques
  • How to apply copywriting techniques in briefs and client-focused writing

Presented at

Webinar sponsored by MyLaw CLE

Lisa spoke on the alternative legal careers panel at this full-day program, which was designed to teach job-seeking attorneys how best to market themselves, whether they are looking to go to a firm or start their own practice, or are considering an alternative legal career.

Presented at

New York City Bar
June 16, 2009
New York, New York
Panelist

In the first part of the program, Ginger Trunkes, Principal Court Attorney at the Appellate Division, First Department, shared her “insights from the inside” about effective brief writing. Appellate practitioner Lisa Solomon followed up with a discussion of how judicial writing guides can help lawyers become better brief writers. All attendees received a copy of the Federal Judicial Center’s Judicial Writing Manual.

Presented at

Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association
January 17, 2006
Brooklyn, New York
Co-presenter with Virginia Trunkes

Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York 2005 Annual Convention
May 14, 2005
Cooperstown, New York
Co-presenter with Virgina Trunkes and Myrna Felder
Additional Content: Capping off the program, Myrna Felder, Esq. addressed 10 appellate traps and how to avoid them.

Solo and small firm lawyers throughout the country are constantly searching for new clients while retaining current clients. The panelists discussed a number of effective marketing techniques. Lisa Solomon discussed how to market your practice by writing articles and presenting educational programs, with a focus on how to maximize the marketing value of publications and speaking engagements.

Presented at

American Bar Association 2005 Annual Meeting
Sponsored by the American Bar Association’s General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section
August 5, 2005
Chicago, Illinois
Panelist

While a brief is first and foremost a forum for advocacy on behalf of your client, the closer it approximates judicial writing style, the more favorably the judge will be inclined view the substance of your argument. In this program, Lisa Solomon, a frequent speaker on legal research and writing topics, discussed how you can apply the lessons set out in judicial writing guides to write more effective briefs that will make judges want to rule in your clients’ favor. All attendees received a copy of the Federal Judicial Center’s Judicial Writing Manual.

Presented at

New York City Bar Association
Sponsored by the Small Law Firm Committee
June 9, 2005
New York, New York

The 4 Must-Attend Legal Technology Conferences for Solo Lawyers and Small Firms
Capterra Legal Software Blog, January 19, 2016

Interview with Lisa Solomon at The ATL APP Conference
MyCase Blog, November 12, 2015

ATL APP: Blogging, Social Media and Security (podcast)
Legal Talk Network Special Report from the Above the Law Academy for Private Practice, October 9, 2015

Lisa Solomon: Freelance Lawyer
How Did She Do That? Marketing Success: Women Lawyers Show You How to Move Beyond Tips to Implementation (Dee A. Schiavelli and Afi S. Johnson-Parris, eds., American Bar Association 2015)

Women You Need to Know in Law and Technology
Law Technology Today, April 13, 2015

How law firms can use technology to save money (podcast)
ABA Journal, December 3, 2013

Teaching clients to make referrals is key to building business, solos say
ABA Journal, December 2013

A Day in the Life of a Solo Attorney at NY LegalTech
Legal Solutions Blog, February 3, 2012

20/20 Group Floats Draft Rule Amendments to Address Growing Reliance on Outsourcing
ABA/BNA Lawyers’ Manual on Professional Conduct, December 8, 2010

WWD Reader Profile: Lisa Solomon, Lawyer
Web Worker Daily, February 19, 2010

Downturn May Have an Upside for Contract Attorneys
The Legal Intelligencer, May 5, 2009

Legal Research and Writing Careers
Ursula Furi-Perry, 50 Unique Legal Paths: How to Find the Right Job (ABA Publishing 2008)

E-Mail in the Law Office
GP|Solo Magazine, January/February 2006

The Uses and Misuses of E-mail
GP|Solo Magazine, June 2005

Home Alone: Using Available Resources, Working at Home Can Pay Off
ABA Journal November 2004

Outsourced Legal Writing
National Law Journal, March 17, 2003

Some Solos Like Concentration
ABA Journal, October 2001

What Lisa’s Clients Say

  • Lisa went above and beyond. She gave me a new perspective on the case, offering new arguments that would never have occurred to me. Her writing was impeccable, and she researched caselaw from my jurisdiction that provided me with an understanding of the arguments she suggested. My client was extremely happy with the end result, and he has asked me to engage Lisa’s services in the future.

    Jennifer Moore, Esq.Moore Family Law, P.A.
  • I recommend Lisa highly, not only for her writing abilities, but also for her ability to quickly grasp legal issues and to offer valuable insight as a sounding board. I would not hesitate to call upon Lisa for assistance in the future.

    Mitchell J. Matorin, Esq.Matorin Law Office LLC
  • Lisa assisted me with writing a brief to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals….Lisa is especially good at making…tight arguments…that are very explicit, very tight, no wiggle room….We got the brief done in good time before the deadline. She’s an excellent writer [and an] excellent researcher….

    Stephen P. Conlon, Esq.The Conlon Firm
  • I had a vacation scheduled and was up against a deadline on an appellate brief. Gave Lisa the job, returned from vacation—the appellate brief was done with almost zero changes to be made

    Steven A. Swidler, Esq.Swidler & Messi, LLP
  • When an emergency hit and I needed legal research done quickly, Lisa was the first person who came to mind. She was very good at honing in on the precise legal question that needed [to be] addressed in court for my oral argument. In terms of legal research, she not only met my expectations…, she exceeded them.

    Cari Rincker, Esq.RinckerLaw, PLLC
  • I think that [Lisa] did a fantastic job of taking…somewhat of a complicated case that had been ongoing for many years and really grasping it very quickly and…identifying the issues…very quickly & very effectively. I also enjoyed working with her because of her candor and her ability to analyze the situation realistically….

    Jonathan Corley, Esq.Whittelsey, Whittlesey & Poole
  • I was facing a big motion for partial summary judgment and came to Lisa because I needed a little bit of help researching some of the issues….After speaking with Lisa, I was able to crystallize some of the issues that concerned me and, instead of responding to the motion…, I decided, with my client, that it was probably a good idea to try to settle the case. As a result of Lisa’s input, I was able to obtain a settlement that was much more favorable than that which I originally thought I was going to get

    Richard A. West, Esq.Richard A. West, LLC
  • I have worked with [Lisa] on family law cases for the past six years, and each time her work has been professional, diligent, accurate and cost-effective.

    Patricia A. Sokolich, Esq.
  • I had a federal motion for summary judgment response and I wished to do a counter-summary judgment at the same time…. I decided this was probably the perfect project to use Lisa’s services…. She did an excellent job for me. She was very detailed in how she analyzed [the] case and all the documents and the research, coming up with arguments that even I wouldn’t have thought of…. I was very pleased with the final product and would be happy to work with her again.

    Sharon K. Campbell, Esq.
  • My firm retained Lisa…to help us with…research and drafting of a presentencing submission in a federal criminal case….
    Lisa was very efficient and thorough in her research, and her writing style was very clear and very persuasive. She was a very easy person to work with and she always delivered on time.

    Joseph Potashnik, Esq.Joseph Potashnik & Assocs., PLLC
  • Lots of us are way too busy to do a lot of in-depth legal research ourselves….I like Lisa because she’s very smart about this [and] she helps me narrow the issues and frame the issues that I’m thinking about

    Ben Glass, Esq.Benjamin W. Glass, III & Assoc. PC
  • Lisa’s research was impeccable and thorough, and we found her writing to be clear and to the point. Lisa’s arguments were cogent and convincing and she was just an absolute pleasure to work with

    Margaretha Gravett, Esq.Gravett Law Firm, P.C.
  • When people need help, they call the police. When the police need help, they call the SWAT Team. When La Pietra & Krieger needs help, we call Lisa Solomon. She’s our SWAT Team. No matter what the area, Lisa has an uncanny ability to grasp facts, understand concepts that are completely foreign to most people, and turn that into cogent, salient legal reasoning that we’re always proud to submit.

    Louis La Pietra, Esq.La Pietra & Krieger, P.C
  • …I have really enjoyed working with Lisa…. I would highly recommend that lawyers looking for help talk to [her].

    Mark Del Bianco, Esq.
  • After two decades of business litigation practice, I admit to being quite demanding about how accurate, complete, analytical, creative, responsive and cost-effective work that is done for me must be. Lisa has met and exceeded these high standards.

    David J. Abeshouse, Esq.
  • [R]ecently, [Lisa] helped me with a petition for certiorari that I was drafting for the U.S. Supreme Court…. As I anticipated, Lisa made a number of great suggestions for improving the content of my petition…. Lisa’s attention to technical detail is astonishing…. Lisa is as meticulous with her substantive work product as she is with [the] technical stuff…. I, without hesitation, recommend Lisa’s services….

    Andrew C. Simpson, Esq.Andrew C. Simpson, P.C.
  • Working with Lisa has enabled me to devote my time to being in court and doing the other things that I need to do to be successful in a very, very tough, demanding and competitive profession…. She’s very, very, very good at what she does.

    Edgar De Leon, Esq.De Leon & Associates, PLLC
  • Lisa has often come to my rescue when I’ve been in a jam, whether it’s because I got suddenly hit with a summary judgment motion while preparing for a trial of another case or if it’s perhaps because I need a real appellate maven to handle an appeal for me…. Lisa has continued to be an asset to my office and I’m sure she’d be an asset to any office that uses her services

    Michael K. Eidman, Esq.
  • …I’ve had occasion to work with Lisa several times through the years and find her to be the consummate professional. The quality of her research and writing is excellent. Lisa is responsive to time constraints and filing deadlines and I never had to worry that her briefs would not be delivered to me on time. She is proactive with legal strategies and analyses, and she’s a great sounding board.

    Beverly Rogers, Esq.Beverley Rogers Law Offices, LLC

To be matched with Lisa or one of our other experienced freelance lawyers, submit a match request or call us at 914-595-6581.