Lisa Holder began her career as a criminal trial attorney in Los Angeles in 2000. For five years, she provided skillful and effective representation to hundreds of individuals in a wide range of criminal matters. She expanded her practice to include civil rights litigation in 2005, developing expertise in cases involving employment discrimination, police brutality, and international human rights abuses. Lisa Holder is a nationally recognized, award-winning trial attorney who has been identified as a "Super Lawyer" by Los Angeles Magazine for four consecutive years.
Ms. Holder is a recognized scholar and active member of the Bar. She teaches the Civil Rights Clinic at UCLA Law School and is an adjunct professor at Occidental College. Ms. Holder served on the Board of Directors for the Southern California ACLU for four years and is currently Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Child Care Law Center. She is a member of the California bar, the National Lawyer's Guild and the California Employment Lawyer's Association.
Ms. Holder graduated from New York University School of Law in 2000, after obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree at Wesleyan University.