Chris Lewis and Panelists Discuss the Business of Law at DAYL Leadership Luncheon

Chris Lewis, attorney and founding partner at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, was recently invited to participate in a panel discussion, which was presented to the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers’ Leadership (DAYL) Class. Mr. Lewis joined several other panelists in addressing young lawyers between the ages of 25 and 35 to discuss the business of law.

The DAYL Leadership Program began in 1997 as a form of outreach to young lawyers who are passionate about making a difference in their community. To join this program, prospective members must go through an application process, which ultimately selects approximately 40 young lawyers annually.

With a diverse membership of about 3,000 lawyers, the DAYL seeks to fulfill two primary goals – to improve the quality of life for all young lawyers and to serve the Dallas community through public service projects that enlist the participation of young lawyers. Members are able to select the community service areas that bear the most meaning for them. Every year, DAYL members organize approximately 150 projects and volunteer thousands of hours which provide considerable contributions to not only the legal profession, but the community as well.

Mr. Lewis has devoted over his practice to defending people from unwarranted or unjustified charges, earning the trust of his clients and a reputation as a committed advocate to those he represents.

Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP is a personal injury and criminal defense law firm that is based in Dallas and, for over two decades, we have dedicated our efforts to alleviating the struggles of our clients. If you are facing criminal charges or have sustained serious injury, our attorneys are here to help. With our team at your side, you will not have to work this difficult time on your own.

Call our office today at (214) 301-5007 to speak with a skilled legal member of our team.

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