Lisa Fish is a staff attorney with FeganScott who specializes in civil litigation and appeals. With a decade of experience, Lisa brings ample expertise in legal research and writing to the firm.
Before joining FeganScott, Lisa provided freelance attorney services through her practice, L.H. Fish Legal Services. In this capacity, she assisted firms across the country with legal research and writing, discovery, and trial preparation. Prior to owning her own practice, she served as a staff attorney for the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in Boston. There, she handled a large and diverse catalog of civil and criminal appeals.
In her career, she’s clerked for Justice Gabrielle Wolohojian with the Massachusetts Appeals Court and served as a career law clerk to the Justices at the Superior Court of Massachusetts for three years.
Lisa earned her Juris Doctor from Boston University School of Law in 2010, where she graduated magna cum laude. During law school, Lisa interned at the Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection and at the Wilmerhale Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School. She also participated in the BUSL Civil Litigation Clinic and served as a note editor on a journal. She earned her Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude in Modern Languages and Anthropology from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Lisa is licensed in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.
- Practicing law since 2010
- A Rhode Island native now living in farm country
- Aspiring polyglot who has studied five languages
- Lisa enjoys sketching in her free time and draws a lot of cartoons (mostly of trucks) for her two small children