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Lisa Cole is ALFA International’s Friday Feature

Lisa Cole is featured in ALFA International’s  March 2, 2018 Friday Feature.

This week’s Friday Feature is not only a managing shareholder at her firm but also the firm’s president. Lisa Cole hails from the Nashville office of ALFA International firm Lewis Thomason. Lisa is an active member of the Labor & Employment, Workers’ Compensation, and Women’s Initiative Practice groups. Thank you for sharing with us, Lisa!

What’s your most memorable ALFA International moment?
I am impressed with what the Women’s Initiative Practice Group has accomplished in the past few years, and I am honored to be a part of that group. My most memorable ALFA moment was sitting on the panel “Beating the Odds” with Dawn Raynor and Agnes Padilla. One of my great passions is helping women lawyers succeed, and I am delighted ALFA International is assisting in that effort as well.

What made you choose to become an attorney?
After college, I was employed by the Tennessee Department of Health and Environment. I worked closely with the agency’s attorneys. I thought their work was more interesting than mine so I decided to go to law school. The rest is history.

What’s something most people don’t know about you?
I am addicted to exercise. I run every day, and I work out with a trainer at least twice a week; it is my escape from my busy life.

What’s your favorite pastime outside of work?
Spending time with my family. I have two children, Anna Grace, a college freshman, is 19 and Ramsay, my son, is 16. My husband, Jonathan, is a busy attorney as well. I have realized the old cliché that your children grow up too fast is actually true. I try to spend as much time with them as possible.

Cole-7083Lisa Ramsay Cole is president and managing shareholder of Lewis Thomason and the managing partner of the firm’s Nashville office.  She is also an ex-officio member of the firm’s Board of Directors and Shareholder Compensation Committee.  She practices in the areas of employment law, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, and general casualty defense litigation. Ms. Cole’s practice for the past 24 years has concentrated in the area of complex civil trial litigation in state and federal courts. She has achieved successful results through defense jury verdicts, summary judgment, mediation, and arbitration in each of her practice areas. Ms. Cole’s current clients are national, regional and local employers; regional and local health care facilities; and insurance companies. In addition, Ms. Cole routinely defends public entities in medical malpractice and civil rights matters.