Lisa Lombardo is an experienced trial lawyer and counselor who focuses on significant commercial disputes. She began her career prosecuting violent crimes ranging from armed robbery to child molestation and drug trafficking in one of Georgia’s busiest judicial circuits. Life took her to Cincinnati, where she provided in-house counsel to Great American Insurance Group. She advised adjusters nationally in high-exposure cases involving sexual abuse, civil rights violations, wrongful deaths, and commercial injuries. After returning to Atlanta, Lisa practiced with a defense firm, where she specialized in trials and appeals.
Lisa’s passion as an attorney is to help simplify complicated matters for her clients. She strives to make complex documents and legal principles understandable, no matter one’s educational background or life experiences.
Lisa graduated from the Washington and Lee University School of Law in Lexington, Virginia in 2003. She was an editor for the Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal and a board member for the Women’s Law Student Organization. She graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in English in 2000.
Lisa lives in Atlanta with her husband, Joe, and their twin boys. She has served on multiple committees at the Cathedral of St. Philip and the Atlanta Speech School. She is currently co-president of the Wardlaw Parents’ Council at the Atlanta Speech School.
Great American Insurance Group, Cincinnati, Ohio
McCormick Barstow, LLP, Cincinnati, Ohio
Swift, Currie, McGhee, & Hiers, LLP, Atlanta, Georgia
District Attorney’s Office, Coweta Judicial Circuit, LaGrange, Georgia
Washington and Lee University School of Law, Lexington, Virginia, J.D., 2003
Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, B.A. in English, 2000