Lisa M. B. Woodburn joined the law firm of Angino & Rovner as an associate in September 2002. Lisa devotes her practice to representing Claimants in workers’ compensation matters and plaintiffs in civil litigation matters including premises liability, medical malpractice, professional negligence and nursing home negligence. Lisa has represented clients before Workers’ Compensation Judges, the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board, various Common Pleas Judges, in addition to the Commonwealth and Superior Courts.
Lisa graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1997 where she obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and a Certificate of Study in Women’s Studies. Lisa then worked until 1999 for Victim’s Services as a counselor and legal advocate for victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes. Lisa returned to Dickinson School of Law where she obtained her J.D. in May 2002. Lisa is currently a member of the Dauphin County Bar Association where she is active in the Young Lawyer’s Division, is on various committees, as well as a past member of the Board of Directors. Lisa is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association where she is active on a number of committees and is the Chair elect of the Young Lawyer’s Division and on the Executive Counsel Commission on Women in the Profession as the current Co vice chair. In the past Lisa was the PBA Young Lawyer Division Delegate to the PBA’s House of delegates. Lisa is also the current Chair of the PBA’s Medical and Health Related Interdisciplinary Committee and previously served as the Vice Chair. Finally, Lisa is a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice where she is active in the Medical Malpractice and Workers Compensation Sections and is a past chair of the New Lawyer’s Section. Lisa was named to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum in 2007 and a Pennsylvania Rising Star and most recently in 2008 was named as one of the Best Lawyers in America.