David G. Lewis, a fifth generation Wyoming native, was born and raised in Cheyenne. He is widely known as an outstanding litigator and lawyer. David is strongly client-centered and has a winning record that is among the best in Wyoming. David has also achieved national recognition for litigating and winning complex and difficult cases.
Remaining close to his roots, David graduated from the University of Wyoming, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and the Juris Doctor. Later, continuing his education abroad, David studied philosophy in Rome, Italy, at the University of St. Thomas and also studied at Rome’s Gregorian University. His classes were conducted in Latin, Italian, German and Spanish.
Professionally, David served in the Natrona County Prosecutor’s Office in Casper, Wyoming, ultimately serving as chief deputy. Moving into private practice, he was a partner with Brown, Drew, Apostolis, Massey and Sullivan representing high profile clients. In 1993, David established his practice in Jackson Hole. Well-regarded in the legal profession, David has been honored with Martindale-Hubbell's highest rating of "AV" which he has maintained since 1983. He is also listed in Martindale's Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
A scholar with a deep interest in history and a love of the law, David is also known for his outstanding writing skills. These qualities, along with his demonstrated success as a trial lawyer and experience in negotiating commercial and other transactions, are major factors in his success. Above all, David has litigated countless claims and trials, resulting in thousands of hours in front of juries.
David lives in Jackson Hole with his wife Migs. They have two daughters, Halia and Gwen, both were educated in Jackson and went on to graduate from Dartmouth College. Halia is an attorney in New York City, Gwen works as a paralegal in New York City.