Lisa's practice focuses on energy and utility regulation. She has assisted in representing electric and gas utility clients in complex regulatory litigation, primarily before the Virginia State Corporation Commission, including proceedings involving rider cost recovery for generation and transmission facilities, demand-side management and energy efficiency programs, and certificates of public convenience and necessity approvals.
Lisa advises clients on every facet of an administrative proceeding including preparation for initial filings, discovery, and public hearings. Lisa also has experience assisting clients with developing policies and procedures related to Smart Grid and AMI technology.
Lisa earned her JD from the University of Notre Dame Law School, where she clerked for the Office of the General Counsel, served as research assistant to Professor James H. Seckinger, and was awarded the 2012 International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award for distinguished achievement in the art of advocacy. As an undergraduate at the University of Richmond, she was a member of the Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honor society and received the May Thompson Evans Award for outstanding scholarship in political science.