Lisa S. Loo is the Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Arizona State University, a university repeatedly ranked #1 in Innovation by U.S. News & World Report. Lisa joined ASU in 1993 after 8 years in private practice. She provides legal support for all the teams at ASU that are focused on solving our society's challenges to improve lives on a global scale.
Lisa was president of the State Bar of Arizona from 2016-17, and served on the Executive Council of the National Conference of Bar Presidents from 2017-2020. Lisa also served as vice president of Victory Together, the primary group that advocated for a voter-approved MLK, Jr./Civil Rights Day in Arizona and she was a founding board member of Harmony, Inc., a group of Arizona business and community leaders who built a network to empower Arizonans to address state-wide issues. Lisa is a founding director of the Arizona Asian American Bar Association and has served, and continues to serve, on the boards of several community organizations.
The State Bar of Arizona recognized Lisa as the Outstanding Young Lawyer in 1993 and honored her for advancing equal opportunity in the legal profession in 2008. Lisa has an AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale-Hubbell. She is a Fellows member of the American Bar Foundation and of the Arizona Legal Services and Education Foundation.