Louisa Chen, Attorney & Co-Founder
Prior to founding LCL Web Solutions, Louisa practiced personal injury law, including products liability matters, construction site accidents, motor vehicle accidents and more.
As a founding partner of LCL Web Solutions and with a knack for internet marketing, Louisa has an extensive knowledge of legal internet marketing principles.
Louisa is married with two children. She has been licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey since 2003.
About Louisa Chen
Prior to founding LCL Web Solutions, LLC, Louisa was a personal injury lawyer dedicated to providing exceptional legal representation to injured victims since 2003. She has extensive experience in a wide range of areas including products liability matters, construction site accidents, motor vehicle accidents, premises liability matters, and claims arising from environmental pollution.
As a practicing personal injury attorney, Louisa recognized the importance of using the internet in legal marketing and began devoting significant time to internet marketing for lawyers. Through trial and error and extensive research, Louisa and her partner, Julia Lee formulated successful internet marketing strategies and campaigns for law firm websites.
Louisa and Julia have worked together since law school and founded the company based on a similar philosophy and strategy for legal internet marketing, with a focus on results, client service, and ethical marketing.
Louisa received her B.A. from the University of Toronto in 1996 and her MBA in Healthcare Management from Temple University Fox School of Business and Management in 2000. She received the Healthcare Management Program Director’s Award for graduating among the top three in the program. She then received her J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2003. At Temple, Louisa was a member of the distinguished Temple University’s National Trial Team and earned the Outstanding Oral Advocate Award at a competition.
Giving Back to the Community
Louisa is trilingual, also speaking Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese, and is committed to the Chinese Community. She has been involved with Chinese churches in Chinatown tutoring and helping kids, whose parents do not speak English, with schoolwork and homework. Due to her language skills, Louisa also represents Chinese speaking clients and helps them understand their rights in the legal system.
Louisa also regularly volunteers her legal expertise for the Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program (VIP).
Continuing Legal Education Course Presentations
January 2016, Ethics & Attorney Internet Marketing, Pennsylvania Bar Institute
August, Sept. 2015, Using Social Media in Your Law Practice, Pennsylvania Bar Institute
August 2013, Using Social Media in Your Law Practice, Pennsylvania Bar Institute
On May 2013, Internet Marketing for Lawyers – Don’t Leave Ethics Behind, Pennsylvania Bar Institue