Prior to attending law school, Mr. Lewis worked in construction project management for two California general contractors. He helped manage and oversee the construction of several multimillion dollar projects, both public and private, ranging from commercial office buildings and retail centers to a new $120 million public high school. He also helped manage and oversee various aspects of project development, including entitlements, permitting, and design-build, bidding, and contracting. Mr. Lewis worked as a summer associate for the firm in 2011. He served as a judicial extern in 2010 for the Washington Court of Appeals, Division II, where he gained valuable experience in appeals, procedural matters, and a wide variety of substantive areas of law. During law school, Mr. Lewis was a Notes and Comments Editor for the Washington Law Review. He also was an active member of the Moot Court Honor Board, participating in moot court competitions and winning multiple individual and team awards, including First Place Oralist and Second Place Team in the 1L Mock Trial Competition, as well as First Place Brief, Second Place Oralist, and First Place Team in the 2L/3L Appellate Advocacy Competition. He also earned CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Contracts, Legal Writing, Consumer Bankruptcy, and Corporate Bankruptcy.