Lisa Marcy


Since the day Lisa first heard the original show’s score, she was hooked and became the encouraging, early force and invaluable female perspective. Understanding the difficult choices women often face, it solidified her commitment to being part of a musical spectacular that is centered around the power of independent women.


Lisa is a partner at Clyde, Snow & Sessions, trying cases in numerous areas of law and conducting mock trials for Fortune 500 clients. Along with her practice, she is a Program Director and Faculty Member for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. She has presented over 100 seminars to professional groups throughout the USA. In particular, she has created training programs for female professionals and workshops for lawyers who must deal with extremely difficult lawyers and witnesses during hearings and trials.


Lisa is a graduate of Hamilton College (Clinton, NY) and the SJ Quinney College of Law, University of Utah. She started her legal career in Paris, France, assisting with cases presented at the International Chamber of Commerce. She speaks and reads French fluently, which is handy when translating St. Joan archived material written en Français.