Lisa Bloom is the founder and managing partner of The Bloom Firm, a general practice law firm where Lisa and her seven associate attorneys fight for justice for her clients every day, including in many civil rights cases. Lisa is also The Today Show’s legal analyst and appears frequently on NBC, CNN and other networks. After earning Avvo’s top rating, 10.0 “superb,” Lisa was selected as legal analyst for the legal site. She was recently named one of the top six celebrity attorneys in Los Angeles by TheWrap.com and as one of the ten best family law attorneys in the country by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys. She’s also been selected as a “SuperLawyer” for 2015, ranking her at the top of attorneys nationwide.
A New York Times bestselling author of Think and Swagger, and a popular award-winning speaker, Lisa has been interviewed by Barbara Walters, Oprah Winfrey, Larry King, Rachael Ray, Piers Morgan, Montel Williams, Julie Chen, Matt Lauer, Diane Sawyer, Charlie Gibson, Savannah Guthrie, Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer, Bill O’Reilly, Shawn Hannity, Joe Scarborough, Tina Brown, Nancy Grace and thousands of others in the United States and throughout the English-speaking world on every major television, radio, print and web outlet.Lisa is a 1986 graduate of Yale Law School, consistently ranked the #1 law school in America. At Yale, Lisa won first place in the Moot Court (oral advocacy) competition. Lisa graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UCLA in 1983, where she was in the top 4% of her class and was National College Debate Champion, winning first place in a year-long competition against thousands of competitors from hundreds of colleges nationwide.
Lisa’s most recent book is SUSPICION NATION: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice and Why We Continue to Repeat It. Piers Morgan read it and said: “Lisa Bloom brings her expert legal eye to the lethal cocktail of racial inequality, ludicrously outdated gun laws, and a culture of violence that led to the senseless killing of an unarmed seventeen-year-old boy. Read this book, get angry, and demand change.”