Mark Lewis

Adjunct Professor


  • LL.M., Capital University Law School
  • J.D., cum laude, Order of the Curia, Capital University law School
  • B.A., The Ohio State University


  • Complex Litigation
  • Personal Injury
  • Class Actions
  • Commercial Disputes


For over 17 years, Mark Lewis has focused his practice on helping victims of negligence, personal injury, and deceptive business practices. He relishes solving the complex problems presented by some of the most difficult personal injury, commercial and class action cases in the legal world. He has received numerous honors and awards from the legal community, including national designation as one of the “Best Lawyers in America” and appointment to Ohio’s Super Lawyers, an honor shared among the top 5% of licensed attorneys in Ohio. He is also active in local bar leadership, recently completing his tenure as the President of the Central Ohio Association for Justice. He is likewise an active member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates, an organization dedicated to protecting individual and consumer rights. Mr. Lewis has loved teaching Law and Literature as an Adjunct Professor since 2006. His course explores the many edifying links between great literary works and our understanding and practice of law. Before beginning his own private practice, Mr. Lewis helped draft more than 100 opinions as a Federal Judicial Law Clerk for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. He also served as a board member and editor of Capital University Law Review. Mr. Lewis blogs on the law in literature and the importance of storytelling in the practice of law; he also blogs on legal thinking, cognitive science and psychology to help lawyers avoid the many flaws and fallacies that infect our thinking.