Last week, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt honored shareholder Lisa Lowe with its firmwide client service award. Each year, the “John L. Schwabe Client Service Award” recognizes an attorney in the firm who goes “above and beyond” in his or her dedication and service to firm clients. Recipients of the award are nominated by their colleagues and then selected by the firm’s Client Service Committee.
“Lisa exemplifies what it means to be a true partner to clients,” said Mark Long, Schwabe’s managing partner. “She is a highly respected member of the Vancouver business community and is extraordinarily deserving of this honor.”
In addition to peer recognition, the firm makes a $1,000 donation to the nonprofit organization of the award recipient’s choice. In this case, Lowe has chosen Humane Society For Southwest Washington.
Lowe is a member of the executive committee of the Columbia River Economic Development Council and is the chair of Identity Clark County Board of Directors. Most recently, she joined the Humane Society For Southwest Washington Board of Directors and is chair of its Planned Giving Committee.
Lowe focuses her practice in the areas of estate planning, business succession planning, and trust and estate administration. She has been a long-time attorney within the Vancouver community and in that time has represented numerous individuals and private businesses. Lowe is a member of the Washington State Bar Association and is a current member and past secretary of the Southwest Washington Estate Planning Council. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis & Clark College, with a juris doctor degree.