Lisa H. Fish joined Baron & Budd’s Los Angeles office as an associate in 2024. She works as part of the Firm’s Class Action Litigation Group.

Ms. Fish earned her Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida, and her J.D. magna cum laude in from Boston University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. During law school, she served as an editor on the International Law Journal and participated in BUSL’s year-long Civil Litigation Clinic. Her desire to empower ordinary consumers led her to internships at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School’s Consumer Protection Clinic and the Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection.

After graduation, Ms. Fish devoted approximately seven years to the judiciary as a career law clerk and staff attorney. She clerked for the Massachusetts court system for four years, with three years at the Massachusetts Superior Court — rotating across courthouses throughout Eastern Massachusetts — and a year-long clerkship for Justice Gabrielle Wolohojian at the Massachusetts Appeals Court. In 2016, she joined the First Circuit Court of Appeals as a judiciary staff attorney, where she managed a large and diverse list of civil and criminal appeals.

Ms. Fish started her own practice in 2018, primarily consulting for other law firms on legal research, writing, and litigation. In 2022, she joined a boutique, nationwide plaintiff-side class action firm. At Baron & Budd, Ms. Fish has returned to her deeply rooted desire to champion the rights of consumers in an ever-changing legal and technological landscape.

In her free time, Ms. Fish enjoys drawing and takes singing lessons from a former professional opera singer. She also tends to a small Victory garden.


Boston University School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts (J.D. 2010)

Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida (B.A. 2006)

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