Lisa A. White is a writer and researcher at heart, known for her attention to detail, optimism, and creative approach to legal problem-solving. Her primary areas of practice are product defect class actions, product misrepresentation cases, fair labor cases, and airline wage-related class actions. Most of Lisa’s work is in the federal court system, both in the District Courts and Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Lisa returned to law school after completing her Bachelors and Masters in Sociology from The University of Tennessee, then teaching for a number of years at several universities. She completed the coursework for her Ph.D. in American Studies at The College of William and Mary, then opted to go to law school—a childhood goal. Lisa is a graduate of The University of Tennessee College of Law.
While at The University of Tennessee College of Law, Lisa was a Co-Coordinator of the Tennessee Innocence Project, the Research Editor for Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy. While a law student, she practiced in both the Domestic Violence Clinic and the Advocacy Clinic. Lisa has published peer-reviewed papers in three academic fields: law, sociology, and history.
Lisa and her family are avid travelers, and she has visited all seven continents. In addition, for three years, she worked remotely practicing class action law while living on the West Coast of New Zealand.