Ben Lewis obtained his law degree from the University of California, Davis, School of Law, and was admitted to the California Bar in 2015. In law school, he served as the Managing Editor of the UC Davis Business Law Journal, facilitating the publication of articles and managed six teams of editors. He also participated in the UC Davis Civil Rights Clinic, in which he gained practical knowledge about constitutional law and federal court procedure. Through this Clinic, he filed a winning brief with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that ensured proper living conditions for Yuba County Jail inmates. He is an associate of Hiroshima Daggett and specializes in education and employment litigation, as well as business and non-profit/religious entity consulting.
- Education Law
- Corporate Business
- Insurance Defense
- Non-Profit/Religious Entities Consulting
- Civil Litigation
- Employment & Labor Law
Ben Lewis is a graduate from the University of California, San Diego with a B.A. in Political Science, Public Law and the University of California, Davis, School of Law.
Ben Lewis has a broad range of counsel and litigation experience, including wage and hour, claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Mr. Lewis supports clients through all stages of litigation, including drafting proactive policies and corporate strategies to effectively prevent the occurrence of future issues. Mr. Lewis assists hundreds of private schools, for-profit organizations, and non-profit organizations through the firms role as general counsel. Prior to working at Hiroshima Daggett, Mr. Lewis served at civil litigation firms in the areas of landlord-tenant, workers’ compensation, and employment discrimination law.
- Pacific Union Education Council, “Independent Contractors” October 2018
- Pacific Union Education Council, “Child Labor Laws” October 2018