About Lisa Keeler
Lisa Keeler is an attorney with experience in civil, family, and criminal law. She is currently employed in private practice with Carmichael Clark, P.S. and previously served as an Assistant Attorney General with the Washington State Attorney General’s Office. As a civil litigator, she has appeared in or assisted on cases before Whatcom, Skagit, San Juan, Island, Mason, and Thurston Counties, the Office of Administrative Hearings, before the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals, the Pollution Control Hearings Board, and the Court of Appeals. She serves as an arbitrator and a pro tem (substitute) commissioner for Whatcom County Superior Court and prosecutes misdemeanor cases for the City of Lynden as needed (backup).
Lisa has handled a wide variety of litigation and client advice matters over the years, including tort, insurance defense, employment, business/corporate, administrative/licensing, property and real estate, guardianship, probate, Consumer Protection Act, and Public Records Act. As an Assistant Attorney General, Lisa represented various state agencies including: Department of Labor and Industries, Department of Licensing, Employment Security Department, and Department of Social and Health Services, Adult Protective Services and Child Protective/Welfare Services and occasionally assisted on research and advice projects for Western Washington University and Bellingham Technical College.
A graduate of Gonzaga University and Gonzaga University School of Law, Lisa spends her time involved with community activities, including Washington Women Lawyers, LAW Advocates, and Whatcom County National Adoption Day. She is a lifelong musician, athlete, and sports fan.