Civil Rights Attorney
Host of her own national live daily talk show on Court TV for eight years, Lisa Bloom is interviewed daily for major news outlets like CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the LA Times, and hundreds of others all over the English speaking world, including news organizations in Australia, the UK, India and South Africa.
Lisa founded and owns one of the largest and fastest growing civil rights law firms in the US, The Bloom Firm, representing celebrity clients like Blac Chyna, and Mischa Barton, but mainly ordinary people seeking justice in all areas of civil litigation and family law, and especially victims of domestic violence, sexual harassment, race or sex discrimination, sexual assault, and police excessive force. The Bloom Firm has won tens of millions of dollars in compensation for its clients in just the last few years. Lisa has been chosen by her peers as a SuperLawyer for five years straight and has a perfect 10.0 rating on the largest lawyer rating site, Avvo.com. The Hollywood Reporter recently named Lisa a top Hollywood "power lawyer" and she's appeared on countless ten best lists. She's been litigating — and winning — a defamation case on behalf of Janice Dickinson against Bill Cosby for three years. In 2017 she's most proud of creating and executing the media and legal strategy that brought down serial sexual harasser Bill O'Reilly. In 2018 she represents sexual harassment and assault accusers of casino magnate Steve Wynn, singer Trey Songz, Guess founder Paul Marciano, Lynwood Mayor Pro Tem Edwin Hernandez, and many others. She is litigating a revenge porn case against Robert Kardashian and an entertainment law case against the Kardashian family, as well as a case against a prominent LA doctor for underpaying his housekeeper.
Lisa was national college debating champion, graduated from Yale Law School, the #1 law school in the nation, and is the New York Times bestselling author of three books. Her most recent book, SUSPICION NATION: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice and Why We Continue to Repeat It documents the racial bias that caused the acquittal of George Zimmerman.
International travel is Lisa's off-duty passion. She has summited Mount Kilimanjaro, backpacked the Appalachian Trail in New Hampshire and the Inca Trail in Peru, and completed the New York City Marathon and the Pocono Marathon. Her 3:50 finish in the latter qualified her to run the prestigious Boston marathon. She's traveled to England, Ireland, France, Italy, Spain, Canada, Israel, Egypt, Turkey, Tanzania, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, Belize, the Caribbean, China, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Cambodia, Laos, Nicaragua, Morocco, Fiji, Argentina, Uruguay, Switzerland, Croatia, Greece, Nepal, South Africa, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Colombia, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Myanmar, Senegal, Gambia, New Zealand and Namibia.
Lisa is the proud mom of two adult children — a lawyer, Sarah Bloom, who works in Lisa's firm, and a dancer, Sam Wong. Lisa is also the foster mom of Daniel, now a college student. An animal lover and a vegetarian since aged sixteen, Lisa has been vegan since 2009. She lives with her husband, and rescue dogs in Los Angeles.