Lisa M. Wood
Lisa Wood brings empathy and practicality to her practice of law.
Lisa was born and raised in the Gig Harbor area. She attended Saint Martin’s University for her undergraduate degree and has resided in Thurston County ever since.
Education & Experience
Lisa graduated from the University of Washington School of Law (2021), and Saint Martin’s University (B.A. Business Administration 2018). During law school, Lisa served on the Washington International Law Journal. She competed in moot court competitions, finishing as a finalist her first year. Lisa worked in a family optometry practice and a Tacoma law firm prior to law school. During law school, she interned in both civil and criminal law settings, and has represented clients in two tribal courts.
Areas of Practice
Lisa’s practice focuses on estate planning, real estate, land use, and construction disputes. As a Mexican-American, Lisa is fluent in both English and Spanish.
Before law school, Lisa volunteered with the First Tee Program and helped young children learn both the game of golf and the valuable lessons of honesty, integrity, and respect that the sport entails. She also volunteered for the Boys & Girls Club for several years. During law school, Lisa advocated for individuals faced with criminal charges in the Tulalip Tribal Court. She also represented the Muckleshoot Tribe in child protective cases before the Muckleshoot Tribal Court.
While at Saint Martin’s University, Lisa was a four-year member of the Women’s Varsity Golf Team and still actively enjoys playing golf and participating in small, local tournaments. Lisa is an outdoor enthusiast. She has completed a triathlon and is well on the way to her goal of one day completing a full-length Iron Man. Lisa lives in Olympia with her husband Taylor and their furry friend Dakota.