Lisa Hollister, Esq. has been licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio since 1987 and has practiced Equine Law for the last 14 years. As an Equine Attorney, Lisa has written contracts for some of the best trainers and riders in the United States, as well as representing equestrians in matters before the United States Equestrian Federation Hearing Committee. Since 2002, Lisa has been the Equine Law Columnist for Sidelines Magazine, on articles such as, “Your Right to Demand Arbitration When USEF Files a Charge Against You” and “Releases, Their Advantages and Limitations.”
Having both a diverse equine background as well as innate understanding of business, Lisa has been able to help her clients enter into contracts that allow the them to achieve not only their personal, but also their business goals. As a child, Lisa began riding saddle seat and showed Saddlebreds out of Louisville Kentucky. When she began practicing law she decided to switch over to hunt seat and presently foxhunts with the Iroquois Hunt Club in Lexington, Kentucky. Prior to practicing Equine Law, Lisa was EEOC and Civil Rights defense counsel for Schottenstein’s Stores Corporation. Lisa’s business background of being both the founding member of a biotech company as well as a co-inventor on several national and international patents gives her a unique perspective to come up with creative legal solutions when helping clients with their equine needs.
Lisa received her B.A. from Skidmore College and her J.D. from Capital Law School. Lisa is a member of the Ohio Bar Association.