Lisa M. Bluestein is of counsel to SCALISE & HAMILTON P.C.. She also serves as a volunteer arbitrator for the Attorney-Client Dispute Resolution Program for the Ninth Judicial District and served as a volunteer for the New York City Bar Association’s City Bar Justice Center’s Neighborhood Entrepreneur Law Project.
In 2003, Ms. Bluestein founded her own law practice dedicating herself to providing personalized service to clients in commercial litigation, construction law, and corporate law matters. She has represented individual and corporate clients matters involving mechanic’s lien foreclosures, breach of contract, and other construction law issues in both state and federal courts.
She received her B.A. from Cornell University, and her Juris Doctor from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
Ms. Bluestein is a past-president of the Westchester Women’s Bar Association (WWBA), is the Co-chair of the Corporate and Commercial Committee, and a member of its Judicial Screening, Real Property, and Construction Committees. She coordinates and lectures on WWBA CLE programs, as well as programs for other bar associations. She has also served as a former State Director of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York, where she serves as a member of its Nominations Committee. Her professional memberships also include the New York City Bar Association (where she has served as a former secretary to the Small Law Firm Committee, and was a member of the Construction Law, Membership, Small Law Firm, and Administrative Law Committees) and the New York State Bar Association where she is a member of the CPLR Committee.