Lisa B. Mezrich

Email: lmezrich@schulmantreem.comParalegal: Nira PughsleyPractice Areas: Civil Litigation, Business Law

Ms. Mezrich has extensive experience in corporate law, real estate and general civil and commercial litigation. Ms. Mezrich works with small and medium business owners in forming and structuring business formats, developing business strategies and growth, and enhancing management.  In addition, she has represented numerous clients ranging from large multi-national corporations to small family owned businesses and  individuals in sophisticated litigation matters before a variety of state and federal Courts. 

Her unique blend of legal experience, business acumen, aggressiveness and empathy allow her to tackle the legal challenges and issues facing her clients while alleviating the anxiety clients sometimes feel when involved in the legal process. 

Practice Areas

Business Law
Civil Litigation

Bar Admissions

Massachusetts, 1999
United State District Court for the District of Massachusetts, 2001
Maryland, 2005
United State District Court for the District of Maryland, 2006
District of Columbia, 2006


Brandeis University (B.A. 1996, Summa Cum Laude)
London School of Economics and Political Science (General Course, 1995)
Boston University School of Law (J.D. 1999)

Affiliations, Achievements & Honors

Member of Maryland State Bar Association;
Baltimore City Bar Association;
National Association of Women Business Owners;
Women’s Bar Association;
District of Columbia Bar Association;
Named a “Massachusetts Super Lawyer,” Rising Star in May 2005 issue of Boston Magazine and Massachusetts Super Lawyers – Rising Star Edition;
Keynote Speaker for National Association of Women Business Owners October 2007 Meeting. Topic: Avoiding Common Legal Pitfalls Facing Today’s Business Owners;
Boston University Law Review, Note Editor; and
Smart CEO Legal Elite Business Law, Nov. 2009.


Lisa B. Dickstein, Finding the Right Law-Firm Size to Fit You, 33 Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, 475 (October 25, 2004); and
Lisa B. Dickstein, The Perils, Pitfalls and Prolonged Anxieties of a New Lawyer: 10 Things I Wish I Had Known, 4 Section Rev.