Lisa J. Hamameh practices primarily municipal law, zoning and land use, liquor licensing law, and Condominium and Homeowners' Association law. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Wayne State University in 1995, and is a 2000 graduate of Wayne State University Law School. Lisa has been recognized by Michigan Super Lawyers for six consecutive years - in 2011 and 2012 she was recognized as a "Rising Star" and in 2013, 2014 and 2015 she was included as a "Super Lawyer" for Government, Cities and Municipalities.
She is the co-author of a chapter on Liquor Licensing in the Michigan Institute of Continuing Legal Education's publication Michigan Municipal Law, 2012; and a chapter on Plea Bargaining in Michigan Criminal Procedure, 2010. She has also co-authored an article for the Oakland County Bar Association's publication Laches, titled "Municipal Prosecutions 101" as well as being the sole author on "Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign."
Lisa is a frequent speaker at the White Lake Citizen's Academy - Judicial Night. She presents training sessions for municipal clients relative to zoning and land use, the Metro Act, Municipal Civil Infractions, drunk driving laws, and criminal law updates.
Lisa frequently volunteers as a Judge for Wayne State University’s First Year Moot Court Program, served as a Judge for the Michigan Center for Civic Education High School Mock Trial Tournaments in 2007 and 2011, and, in 2009, coached a Youth in Government Team at Stoney Creek High School as they prepared for competitions.