Councilwoman Lisa M Borowsky
Councilwoman Lisa Borowsky began her first term on the Scottsdale City Council in January 2009.
Councilwoman Borowsky, an attorney, has limited her practice to civil litigation since being admitted to the State Bar of Arizona in 1994. The majority of her legal career has focused primarily on community association representation, specifically related to construction issues. She founded Borowsky Law in 2006, where she focuses on settlement-oriented representation. She has a broad background in real estate, real estate law, extensive complex civil litigation experience and serves regularly as a court appointed arbitrator.
Before founding her firm, Councilwoman Borowsky worked with mid-size, multi-state law firms primarily representing homeowners and associations dealing with defective construction issues. Prior to her career in law, she managed multi-family dwellings, working up the ranks in her family’s apartment business.
A native of the Valley, Councilwoman Borowsky completed her undergraduate degree at Arizona State University and her law degree at St. John’s University, School of Law. She is a member of the Arizona State Bar, Construction Law Section and Maricopa County Bar Association.
Councilwoman Borowsky is active in the Community Associations Institute and Arizona Association of Community Managers, which support and educate the community associations industry. Additionally, she is a precinct committeeperson in the District 8 Republicans organization and has been active at the State Legislature as a proponent on various issues, both professionally and personally. Aside from her legal career, Councilwoman Borowsky’s professional experience is quite varied including restaurant review writer for CITY/AZ magazine, on-air commentator for KPNX/Channel 12 News, aviation component sales, and spin instructor.
Councilwoman Borowsky’s personal time is dedicated to raising her beautiful daughter, Savannah, riding cutting horses, skiing, culinary arts and travel. She is involved in various charitable organizations, primarily focusing upon those assisting children.
Last Updated: June 2010