Lewis K. Hanna, Esq., is a sole practitioner attorney with his Law Firm in Boca Raton, Florida. He graduated from Nova Southeastern University, School of Law, in 1992. Prior to undergraduate school, Lewis served a tour of duty with the U.S. Army and attended the U.S. Army Intelligence School in Arizona. Immediately after law school Lewis worked as an Assistant State Attorney, investigating and prosecuting criminal offenses in Palm Beach County, from 1992 until 1997. After leaving the State Attorney’s office, he opened his firm in Boca Raton where he has primarily focused on both State and Federal civil and criminal defense litigation. Mr. Hanna has also successfully prosecuted State appellate cases that have been reported in the national law reporters.
In addition to his legal practice, Lewis has also taught Political Science and Business Law I and II, as an Adjunct Professor for Palm Beach State College since 1994. During his time at PBSC, he also served as the Head Coach for the College’s Mock Trial Team. The PBSC team has competed in several American Mock Trial Association trial competitions against power house schools such as Harvard, Clemson, University of Florida, and Florida State University.
Additionally, Lewis has served two terms (6 years) as an investigating member of the Florida Bar Ethics Grievance Committee for the 15th Circuit. During his last tenure he served as Vice Chairman of his Committee. The several Ethics Grievance Committees, of the Florida Bar, are made up of attorneys and lay persons throughout each Circuit, whom are charged with administering the Bar’s statewide disciplinary system to enforce Supreme Court Rules of Professional Conduct for the more than 100,000 lawyers admitted to practice law in Florida. On behalf of the Florida Bar, the committee accepts complaints against attorneys, investigates the complaints and render decisions on whether to prosecute any potential attorney’s unethical conduct.