Lisa Zammiello

Associate, Santa Fe

Lisa Zammiello is an associate attorney at the Santa Fe office of Hinkle Shanor LLP.  Ms. Zammiello earned her Juris Doctorate from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2022 and her Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications from Texas State University in 2017. Prior to joining Hinkle Shanor, Lisa gained appellate experience in Chief Justice Rebecca Martinez’s chamber at the Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio, TX. Ms. Zammiello gained litigation experience while externing at the City of Austin Legal Department. During law school, Lisa served as Comment Editor for the Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal.

Ms. Zammiello enjoys being outdoors, playing with her cats, and creating textile arts.

  • Civil Litigation
  • Environmental and Natural Resource Law
  • Labor and Employment
  • Administrative Law
  • Constitutional Litigation
  • General Civil Litigation

Past Employment

    • City of Austin Legal Department
      • Externship Program (2022)
    • Texas Law Help
      • Volunteer (2021)
    • Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas
      • Judicial Intern for Chief Justice Rebecca Martinez (2020)

Honors and Awards

    • Pro Bono Honors Award – 2022


    • Texas Tech University School of Law, Lubbock, Texas
      • Juris Doctor, cum laude – 2022
      • Certification, Excellence in Legal Research – 2022
      • Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal, Editor
    • Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
      • Bachelor of Science, Mass Communications – Public Relations, magna cum laude – 2017
      • Minor, Psychology – 2017
      • National Society of Collegiate Scholars – 2017
      • Council of Scholars – 2017
      • Kappa Tau Alpha Honor’s Society – 2017
      • Phi Kappa Phi Honor’s Society – 2016


    • English

Bar Admissions

    • New Mexico, 2022
    • Texas, 2023
    • U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit, 2023 U.S.
    • District Court of New Mexico, 2023
  • Don’t You Know That Your Law is Toxic? Britney Spears and Abusive Guardianship: A Revisionary Approach to the Uniform Probate Code, California Probate Code, and Texas Estates Code to Ensure Equitable Outcomes. EPJ Volume XIII (2021).