An attorney in our Appellate, Energy Infrastructure, and Eminent Domain practice groups, John Lewsley is a results-oriented lawyer who specializes in effective legal research, dispositive motions, and complex appeals.
John works to ensure that clients are well-equipped with the information needed to confront challenging legal issues.
John began his career at the Michigan Court of Appeals as a research attorney. While there, he worked on appeals pending before one of the highest volume intermediate appellate courts. John’s work at the Court of Appeals involved a wide array of matters including complex commercial disputes, enforcement of foreign judgments, constitutional law
issues, appeals from the Michigan Court of Claims, and novel questions involving
John received both his Bachelor of Arts in History and his law degree from the University of Michigan. While in law school, he served as a student attorney as part of the Federal Appellate Litigation Clinic, and as a Board Member of Michigan Law’s Privacy and Technology Law Association.
Outside of the office, John is a voracious reader, enjoys board games and hiking, and has recently honed his culinary skills by making craft ice cream flavors.
- State of Michigan
University of Michigan Law School
Juris Doctor, 2016
- Board Member, Michigan Law’s Privacy and Technology Law Association
University of Michigan
Bachelor of Arts in History, 2011
- State Bar of Michigan