LISA HERRICK

Criminal Attorney

Lisa has been licensed to practice law in the State of Texas since 2009. Lisa is a former Tarrant County prosecutor with over 80 jury trials, both felony and misdemeanor. Lisa is an innovative and fearless advocate. During her eight years as a prosecutor, she handled everything from presenting cases to the grand jury and then seeing a case all the way though to a jury trial. Lisa specializes in all types of adult criminal cases and juvenile delinquency cases.

FAMILY & JUVENILE LAW

Lisa has a passion for helping children. While in law school, she participated in a multidisciplinary clinic specializing in issues of child abuse and neglect. Lisa brings that knowledge and training to the practice of juvenile delinquency cases.

LEGAL EDUCATION & MEMBERSHIP

Lisa attended the the University of Oklahoma, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology, as well as minors in Psychology and Spanish. She then spent a summer studying abroad in Puebla, Mexico; while there, she refined her language skills and gained a love of the Mexican culture.

Lisa stayed at the University of Oklahoma for law school, where she earned several prestigious scholarships and achieved a place on the Dean’s List for three of the three semesters. Lisa was was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award in Legal Research, Writing, and Advocacy.

Lisa has:

  • Been Board Certified in Juvenile Law since 2020

  • Awarded Top Attorney by Fort Worth Magazine since 2020

  • Been a Member of Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association since 2020

  • Been a Member of Tarrant County Bar Association since 2020

  • Been a Member of Juvenile Law Section, State Bar of Texas

  • Been an Adjunct professor at Tarrant County College Law Enforcement Academy.​​

    • Courses are Juvenile Law, Mock Trials, and Courtroom Demeanor.

  • Been a Guest presenter at Texas Christian University.  - Course is Legal Issues in Law Enforcement, I presented on Juvenile Law.

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