Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Lisabel completed her bachelor’s degree from the University of Puerto Rico in Arts and Sciences with a major in Education in 1998. She continued her studies at the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico where she obtained her Juris Doctor in 2001. She worked for the PR’s Department of Labor as a hearing examiner for disparate treatment violations claims under local and federal laws, and later as law clerk at the First Instance Court of Puerto Rico judges. She later joined Cuevas Kuinlam, Marquez & O’Neill in 2006 where her practice focused mostly in labor and employment matters.
She continued her studies and completed a master’s degree in IT Management and Information Assurance from the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico in 2016 and was granted a Scholarship from the NSA to complete a Computer Forensics Certificate. She has combined her legal practice with her technology background to maximize e-discovery processes within litigation and advise clients of best practices within this field. In addition to her legal practice, she currently teaches at the same University to both undergraduate and graduate programs remotely.
Lisabel is licensed to practice law in both Texas and Puerto Rico. She is admitted to the Texas Northern District Court and the District Court for the District of Puerto Rico as well as the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and Immigration Court. Her practice areas include Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Immigration. In her free time, Lisabel enjoys traveling, playing video games, being in nature, and exploring Texas.
Women in eDiscovery
Immigration Chapter of the Texas Bar
Technology Chapter of the Texas Bar