Robert B. Lewis is an attorney with the Etoch Law Firm. Mr. Lewis began working for the firm after graduating from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law. Since beginning his career at the Etoch Law Firm, Mr. Lewis has successfully represented clients in both criminal civil matters. Mr. Lewis takes pride in the representation he provides his clients, and he looks forward to continuing to provide competent representation to clients throughout Arkansas.
While in law school, Mr. Lewis clerked for various legal entities, including a prominent criminal defense firm, the Arkansas Municipal League, and an Arkansas State Senator. Additionally, he served as a teacher’s assistant for the mandatory first-year legal writing course, and he was a member of his law school’s law review and moot court competition team. Those experiences afforded Mr. Lewis the opportunity to hone his legal research and writing skills, as well as his oral advocacy skills. Mr. Lewis firmly believes that the endeavors he pursued during law school helped lay the foundation for the effective representation he provides his clients today.
Before law school, Mr. Lewis attended Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, where he studied history, political science, and business. Mr. Lewis exhibited a desire to pursue a career as an attorney during college, and he helped start Ouachita’s legal society, becoming a charter member. Also, Mr. Lewis was actively involved in Rho Sigma men’s social club during his time at Ouachita.
When Mr. Lewis is not working, he enjoys spending time with his friends and family, particularly in the outdoors. He loves hunting, hiking, and fishing, and he always looks forward to his family’s annual Memorial Day float trip on the Buffalo National River. Additionally, having grown up in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Mr. Lewis is an avid Razorbacks fan.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Personal Injury/Wrongful Death
- Car Wrecks
- Tractor Trailer cases
- Slip and falls
- Products Liability
- Toxic Tort
- Criminal Defense
- Domestic Relations
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrians injured
- Arkansas, 2019
- United States District Court, Eastern District of Arkansas, 2019
- University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law—Little Rock, Arkansas
- Ouachita Baptist University—Arkadelphia, Arkansas
- Bachelor of Arts – 2016
- Major: History