George Revis Lewis
George Lewis brings an extensive legal background to his representation of clients in high-stakes investigations, white collar prosecutions, complex civil litigation, and impactful free speech matters. He brings to the firm significant federal government experience, which informs his unique approach to handling all aspects of litigation and civil and criminal investigations.
Most recently, George served as Associate Counsel to the President of the United States, gaining legal experience reviewing bills submitted to Congress, drafting and reviewing Executive Orders, and generally overseeing the full range of Presidential activities for legal issues. His work included drafting Executive Orders, Presidential Memoranda, and Emergency Declarations.
George prepared pardon applications with the U.S. Department of Justice and briefed the President in addition to serving as primary White House Counsel liaison for the Department of Transportation, White House Information Technology, and U.S. Agency for Global Media. He also worked closely with representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Defense, and the Department of Justice Office of Legal Counsel.
George previously served in the United States Navy, spending time in the Naval Special Warfare and Intelligence communities. After commissioning and graduating from the Basic Lawyer Course at the Naval Justice School, he served in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps for five years. He specialized in criminal litigation and gained proficiency in prosecutorial, defense and appellate priorities and procedures. As an appellate attorney, he successfully argued in front of the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Appeals and the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.
Prior to entering the Navy, George completed a Pre-Law Institute course at the University of Cambridge, Trinity College, in Cambridge, England, and his undergraduate studies in History and Political Science at the University of Kansas, later earning his law degree from the University of Kansas. While in law school, he completed a summer internship with the District Attorney’s Office of Sedgwick County in Wichita, Kansas, where he successfully prosecuted trials as both first and second chair, in addition to handling multiple bench trials and evidentiary, preliminary, and parole violation hearings.
- Naval Justice School, Basic Lawyer Course (2014)
- University of Kansas School of Law, J.D. (2012)
- University of Kansas, B.S. History and Political Science with minor in Latin (2009)
- University of Cambridge, Kansas Pre-Law Institute (2007)
- Washington D.C.
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
- Pro Hac across the nation as necessary