Law Alumnus Glenn Lewis Appointed to GMU Board of Visitors
Governor Tim Kaine has appointed Glenn C. Lewis (JD '77) to a four year term on the George Mason University Board of Visitors. The 16-member corporate body exercises its authority principally in policymaking and oversight of the University.
Lewis is the chairman and founder of The Lewis Law Firm, P.C., a national practice emphasizing family and matrimonial law based in Washington, D.C. As one of the nation's most sought after divorce lawyers, Mr. Lewis has tried cases in more than 25 states and the District of Columbia. Many have involved the distribution of billions of dollars in assets, complex issues of child custody, novel issues of conflicts in law, forensic disputes in sexual abuse or custodial evaluations, and matters involving parties and issues of particular novelty or significance, some leading to landmark decisions in family law.
He has chaired numerous legal and family law organizations and by designation of his peers, has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America. Among the many honors he has received, Lewis was the youngest recipient of the Virginia State Bar Family Law Lifetime Achievement Award. He has also been honored with the Mason Law Distinguished Alumnus Award for his service in private practice as well as to the law school.