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Mark Lewis

Mark Lewis

Adjunct Faculty, Law School


  • Law School

Contact Information


Since 2006, Mr. Lewis has taught Law and Literature, a course he created to explore the many edifying links between great literary works and law. Law and Literature focuses on storytelling, writing, and values in the law. Mr. Lewis relishes applying the insights of Law and Literature to improving our legal system and enhancing our experience of practicing law. He devotes his law practice at Kitrick, Lewis & Harris Co., L.P.A. to helping victims of negligence, personal injury, and deceptive business practices. He has received numerous honors and awards from the legal community, including Martindale Hubbell’s AV rating and national designation as one of the “Best Lawyers in America.
  • 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
Law Review Article

Co-Author, Kumho Tire Company vs. Carmichael, Blowout from the Overinflation of Daubert, 31 Toledo L. Rev. 1, 2000

Other Publication credits

Exploring Noneconomic Damages: Mining for Meaning, Ohio Trial, Fall, 2007

Storytelling and the Law, Ohio Association of Justice, 2007

Annual Convention Manual, Volume II, 2007

1-800-LAWYERS: Truth, Good Taste & Profit, CBA Barbriefs, Winter, 2005

Ordinary Lawyers, Ordinary Moments, CBA Barbriefs, July/August, 2002

Truth Above All, CBA Barbriefs, April, 2002

Philosophers at the Bar: Nietzsche’s Courage, CBA Barbriefs, Feb., 2002

Philosophers at the Bar: Aristotle’s Happiness, CBA Barbriefs, July/August, 2001

Co-Author, Law on the Internet: Mapping the Electronic Wilderness for Trial, Ohio Trial, Spring, 1998

Editor in Chief, Franklin County Trial Lawyers, The Communicator, A Trial Lawyer’s Journal (2006-2010)