About Vaughn Law Offices
Passionate Client Advocate
Lisa’s professional passion is the practice of law.
It helps fuel her desire to win. She is a tenacious, battle-tested litigator with more than 30 years of helping clients achieve justice and equitable treatment.
Lisa loves being able to change the lives of others in positive ways. Whether she’s racing at 135 MPH or vehemently advocating for her clients, in order to be successful, she believes every contender must exhibit the desire to win. Lisa credits her tenured legal experience, her competitive spirit, and her dogged determination for her successful legal career.
Texas Board of Legal Specializations: one in Civil Trial Law,
and one in Oil, Gas & Mineral Law
Lisa has supported many charities over the years, but her favorite are Doberman rescues, inspired by the man Dobermans she has rescued, fostered, or helped place. Forever dear to her heart are her own seven Dobermans, starting in 1995 with an older, post-pregnancy Dobie female from Doberman Rescue of North Texas. If you want to support Lisa in helping Dobermans find their new best friends, visit www.dobermanrescue.org or www.lonestardobermans.org.
On weekends, Lisa trades in her business suit for a fireproof jumpsuit and helmet to race her highly-modified 1995 BMW M3, which she actually helped build. More than 15 years ago, as part of a self-described mid-life crisis, Lisa started racing BMWs, earning her racing license in 2008.
Racing is all about learning, strategy, preparedness, problem-solving and passion – the very things that have helped me win great results for my clients.
Lisa is typically the only woman racing at top speeds of about 135 miles per hour at 304-acre MotorSport Ranch in Cresson, Texas, south of Fort Worth, as well as other road courses around Texas and across the country.
Since I went to law school, and then became a trial lawyer focusing on business disputes, it hasn’t been unusual for me to be on the only woman – or one of only a few – in the room. It’s the same with racing. I don’t race to break sexual stereotypes, but if I help open people’s minds to the endless possibilities in front of all of us, that a great side benefit.