Born to George Weber Lewis and Marianne (Parsons) Lewis in Buffalo, WY.
Graduates from Johnson Co. High School in Buffalo, WY and receives the Thom Scholarship.
Is involved in Dartmouth College’s Foreign Study Program in Montpelier and Dijon, France.
Earns a BA from Dartmouth College; Is an English assistant at Lycee Pothier in Orleans, France through a French gov. grant until 1966.
Teaches French language and literature at the University of New Hampshire and Oyster River High School in Durham, NH until 1971.
Achieves a Master of Arts in Teaching in French from Harvard University.
Joins the New Hampshire League of Craftsmen as an Artist Blacksmith.
Becomes a member of the Sierra Club.
Obtains a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Mississippi; Is elected president of the Mississippi Sierra Club.
Is admitted to the Mississippi Bar; Works as a lawyer for Lewis Law Firm, a role he continues today.
Is an associate at Hill, Lewis & Bell, now known as Hill Lewis & Wrenn, LLC until 1983.
Works as an associate at Hill & Lewis, now known as Hill Lewis & Wrenn, LLC until 1986.
Serves as an associate at Holcomb, Dunbar, Connell, Chaffin & Willard until 1987.
Is appointed chairman of the Lafayette County Democratic Executive Committee until 1991.
Sits on the board of directors for the ACLU of Mississippi until 1990.
Is involved with the Mississippi Association for Children with Learning Disabilities until 1991.
Is the CJA criminal defense training coordinator for the Northern Judicial District of Mississippi until 2002.
Serves as the CJA panel representative at national conferences until 2003.
Joins the Institutional Review Board at the University of Mississippi and continues in the position until 2019.