Cedric Lewis is a litigation associate in Ashcraft & Gerel’s Negligence practice. His work focuses on general negligence.

Cedric Lewis is a litigation associate in Ashcraft & Gerel’s Negligence practice. His work focuses on general negligence.

Cedric Lewis is a litigation associate in Ashcraft & Gerel’s Negligence practice. His work focuses on general negligence.

Cedric Lewis | Associate

Cedric Lewis is a litigation associate in Ashcraft & Gerel’s Negligence practice. His work focuses on general negligence.

Early Years

While in law school, Mr. Lewis was an avid competitor. As a member of the negotiations team, Mr. Lewis placed 2nd in the nation. Additionally, he was an integral member of the mock trial team, which he helped advance to the nationals.

Most notably, as a Rule 16 Assistant State’s Attorney for Prince George’s County, Maryland, Mr. Lewis polished his presentation of evidentiary arguments before the District Court of Maryland. This experience provided him with insight into the general practice of the courts and prosecuting attorneys. Prior to his term with the State’s Attorney’s office, Mr. Lewis clerked at a prestigious personal injury firm in Florida. While there he worked on various personal injury, general negligence, and products liability cases which will prove useful in his practice areas.

Practice Area

Outside the Courtroom

Mr. Lewis enjoys participating in DC intramural sports leagues, traveling to a nice beach or a place he’s never been, and keeping up on high-stakes civil litigation.

EDUCATION

  • J.D., David A. Clarke School of Law, 2016
  • M.A., University of Toledo, 2013
  • B.A., University of Toledo, 2011

Professional Associations

  • Maryland Bar Association
  • Maryland Association for Justice
  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Prince George’s County Bar Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • The National Bar Association

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Maryland
  • United States District Court for the District of Maryland

THINK YOU HAVE A CASE?

THINK YOU HAVE A CASE?

Incident Information

Please provide information about where the incident occurred.