Lisa Sowers is an attorney with a primary office in Duluth, Georgia, and satellite locations in Atlanta, Georgia. Lisa practices exclusively in the area of family law and unemployment appeals.
Lisa has worked in the legal profession for over 25 years, and has been a licensed Georgia attorney for almost thirteen years. Prior to becoming an attorney, Lisa worked as a litigation and commercial real estate paralegal in some of Philadelphia and Atlanta’s largest and most well-known law firms and corporations. After graduating from law school, Lisa accepted a position as an administrative law judge with the Georgia Department of Labor, a position she held for approximately 4 years.
Lisa’s extensive legal experience has enabled her to hone in on the areas of law she is most passionate about. As an attorney, Lisa skillfully and meticulously guides her clients to the best possible outcome for their situation, by providing objective and insightful legal advice, and zealously advocating for her client’s best interests. Lisa provides her clients with the quality of work one would receive at a large law firm, and the personal, hands-on service one only gets from a smaller law firm. In fact, Lisa’s clients deal directly with Lisa throughout their representation.
Lisa serves clients in the Greater Atlanta area, including (but not necessarily limited to): Alpharetta, Buckhead, Buford, Chamblee, Cumming, Dacula, Decatur, Doraville, Druid Hills, Duluth, Dunwoody, Gainesville, Grayson, Johns Creek, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Milton, Norcross, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Snellville, Stone Mountain, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, Woodstock, Clayton County, Cobb County, DeKalb County, Forsyth County, Fulton County, Gwinnett County, and Hall County.
– John Marshall Law School, Atlanta, GA – Juris Doctor
– Institute for Paralegal Training, Philadelphia, PA – Paralegal Certificate: General Studies
– Temple University, Philadelphia, PA – Bachelor of Arts: Political Science
– State Bar of Georgia – October 2003
– Georgia Supreme Court – May 2004
– Georgia Court of Appeals – May 2004
– United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia – May 2004
– United States Supreme Court – November 2011
– State Bar of Georgia
– Family Law Section, State Bar of Georgia
– Atlanta Bar Association
– Gwinnett Bar Association
– Atlanta Lawyers Club