Lisa Needham

Lisa Needham

Lisa Needham is an editor at, helps direct the legal writing program at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, and still believes in the Oxford comma.

How Laws Are Written So You Ignore the Important Parts

Watch the Only Good Lawyer Ads We Could Find

The Best And The Worst Onscreen Cross Examinations

Gay Jurors and the Law of Unintended Consequences

Intemperate Internet Commenting By New Orleans Prosecutors Has Far-Reaching And Terrible Consequences

Your Favorite Author And The Power of Persuasion

Should a Private Email be Grounds for Public Discipline?

Are Fully Online Programs a Viable Choice for Law Schools?

How To Avoid Jury Duty: Act Gay

How Much Is An Appellate Win Worth To You?

Are You Accidentally Lawyering on the Internet?

The Perils of Dressing While GLBTQ