As a dedicated trial lawyer for more than two decades, Mark Lewis cares about the well being of his clients. Their cases are more than just legal problems to him. He appreciates his clients as thoughtful, deserving people whose lives matter in our legal system, and who require the utmost understanding and commitment to their cases.
Mark also believes that the more challenging the case, the better. He enjoys collaborating with his clients to solve complex legal problems that others might shy away from. He regularly succeeds in cases that present some of the most difficult personal injury and class action issues in our legal system. Mark believes that our laws should be fair to everyone, not just powerful and wealthy corporations that often try to diminish individual rights.
Mark is passionate about practicing law and his exceptional results have earned him many honors and awards. He combines his passion for education and volunteer service by teaching both law school students and local high school students. For more than a decade, he has served as an Adjunct Law Professor at Capital University Law School, where he teaches storytelling, writing, and ethics in the legal profession. He created two courses – Law and Literature and Law, Film & Culture – the first of their kind at the law school. He instills in his students ways to become more humane, compassionate lawyers so they can best serve future clients. Mark also volunteers at local high schools to teach students about our legal system and their important role in shaping it. He serves as a Mentor for the Law and Leadership Institute to help young students realize their educational and career aspirations in the law.
In addition to teaching, Mark is an avid reader and writer. His articles and essays have been published in numerous outlets. He is also the editor of literarylawyers.org, a site devoted to promoting the combined study of law and literature.