Raymond C. Lewis knows that an attorney with courtroom experience is a valuable asset to a client and has developed the skills necessary to get through the unexpected hurdles of a courtroom.
His practice centers primarily in the areas of complex commercial and business litigation, insurance defense, and appellate work. He has successfully litigated complex commercial disputes for local and national clients involving multi-million dollar claims for breach of contract, product liability, oil and gas disputes, and transportation casualty. In his appellate practice, Ray has handled numerous appeals before the Louisiana Supreme Court, Circuit Courts of Appeals, and the U.S. Fifth Circuit, many resulting in published decisions favorable to his clients.
Ray has appeared multiple times as a "Ones to Watch" in the legal industry by New Orleans CityBusiness. He has also been voted to the Louisiana Super Lawyers List since 2014. He has written and lectured on trial and appellate practice and environmental law topics.
Ray was born in Louisiana, but grew up in Dallas, Texas. He returned to Louisiana to attend the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University, where he was a member of the Louisiana Law Review. After leaving law school, he served as law clerk to the Judges of the 23rd Judicial District Court.
While at LSU, he met his wife Jenny, a native of New Orleans, and followed her back to New Orleans. They have two young daughters keeping them very busy but very happy.