Lisa G. Arrowood Becomes Massachusetts State Delegate for ABA


Lisa G. Arrowood, founding partner of Arrowood LLP, recently became the Massachusetts State Delegate to the American Bar Association (ABA) House of Delegates. Previously certified as a 2022 State Delegate in January of this year, Ms. Arrowood’s three-year term officially commenced at the conclusion of the ABA’s annual meeting held earlier this month.

As the ultimate governing body of the ABA, the House of Delegates formulates policy for the association, reviews and adopts resolutions, and elects officers and members of its board of governors. In her new leadership role, Ms. Arrowood will chair Massachusetts’ delegation in the House of Delegates.

Ms. Arrowood has been a member of the American Bar Association since 1985 and a member of its House of Delegates since 2016. She served as co-chair of ABA’s Women in Litigation Joint CLE Conference in 2021 and was also a member of the Practitioner’s Reading Group for the evaluation of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett in 2020. In addition, she served as a member of the Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary from 2010-2013 and vice-chair of the Medicine and Law Subcommittee of Tort and Insurance Practice Section from 1987-1994.

Ms. Arrowood has more than thirty years of experience practicing law in business litigation, employment disputes, medical malpractice, personal injury and legal malpractice. Widely known for her accomplishments, she has been named by Best Lawyers® every year since 2002 as one of the “The Best Lawyers in America” for her work in Commercial Litigation, Medical Malpractice Law and Personal Injury Litigation. She has also been recognized as one of the “Top Ten Massachusetts Super Lawyers” by Super Lawyers every year since 2013, and named by Lawdragon as one of “The 500 Leading Lawyers in America” from 2015 to the present.