Lee Boothby, Esq.
New Mexico Legal Center, P.C.

2009 to Present

New Mexico Legal Center, P.C. Taos, New Mexico serving the community in a variety of civil matters.

5/2006 to 1/2009

Maestas & Boothby, P.C. Partner in litigation firm in Taos, New Mexico employing seven attorneys at the time.

2004 – 2005

Assistant District Attorney for the Eighth Judicial District in Taos, New Mexico.

1998 – 2017

General Counsel and Secretary for Enalasys Corporation, a Delaware corporation located in Calexico, California

1998 – 2004

Continued to maintain a small law practice in civil and business law in San Diego, California.


Adjunct Professor at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California (an ABA accredited law school) where she taught advanced transactional writing to upper division law students.

1996 – 1997

Associate attorney with Borchard & Nichol an AV Rated Law Firm in Mission Viejo, California, specializing in General Civil Litigation, Business and Real Estate.

1992 – 1996

Private law practice with an emphasis on general civil litigation, business, and family law. Also assisted start–up companies and facilitated project funding.

1986 – 1994

Independent contract work for Southern California attorneys in the areas of complex trial preparation, assistance at trial, law and motion, and appeals.

1982 – 1986

Tax attorney – Arthur Young & Company, Athens, Greece

Participated in all areas of executive expatriate tax practice; responsibilities included IRS audits; retirement planning; client seminars; in-house training of new associates. Personal clients included the president of Lockheed, Greece; the president of First National Bank of Chicago, Athens; the president of Mobil Oil, Greece; the president of General Electric, Cairo.

1981 – 1982

City Colleges of Chicago, Extension, Athens, Greece

Part-time professor. Courses taught: Individual Federal Income Taxation; Principles and Practices of Real Estate.

1980 – 1982

Individual Practice, Athens, Greece

Specialized in international admiralty law, clients included Ori Shipping Lines, which involved participation in litigation in England and Germany.

1974 – 1975

Licensed and practicing real estate agent, North Palm Beach, Florida.




January, 1996 – Graduate of Notre Dame’s National Institute for Trial Advocacy Eleven-Day Trial Advocacy Training Program.

February, 1995 – San Diego Mediation Center Training (24 hours).

J. D. March, 1979 – The University of Tennessee College of Law; class standing top 20%. Held position of Assistant Editor of Law Review.


1998 – 1999 Advanced Media Training from Joel Roberts.

B.A. 1976 – The University of Tennessee. Graduated cum laude.

1967 – 1970 – The University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. Honors and Activities: UM Award for outstanding service to the University of Miami; president of University of Miami Hostesses; Delta Gamma Sorority, various offices held.




Article: Comparative Bad Faith, 18 Thomas Jefferson Law Review 121 (1996)

Note: Juvenile Law – Trial By Jury – Applicability of Tennessee Rules of Civil Procedure, 45 Tennessee Law Review 534 (1978)


Mind-Power: The Ultimate 15 Second Formula to Transform Your Life Forever. Mind –Power Publications (1997)




Member of the State Bar of New Mexico.
Inactive Status with the State Bar of California and the District of Columbia.

Founder and past-president of the San Diego Chapter of the International Alliance of Holistic Lawyers


Featured on KPBS On-Air Radio Program in 1995.

KOST Radio with Maria Sanchez.

On-Air with Al Johnson, syndicated TV morning program in 1997.

Feature Article in the San Diego Reader City Lights Section, February 1995.

Speaks Greek

515 Gusdorf – Suite 8, Taos, New Mexico 87571

Cell: 575.613.0656    Office: 575.751.7415     Fax: 575.751.7443

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