Precious Lewis is an Associate at the Law Office of Christopher Q. Davis. In 2014, Precious graduated cum laude from Virginia Commonwealth University and holds a Juris Doctor degree from St. John’s University School of Law. Ms. Lewis passed the bar of the State of New York and is currently awaiting admission.
During her time at VCU, Precious was a member of AmeriCorps, and volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club in Richmond, Va. She was awarded the “Getting it Done,” VCU AmeriCorps award in 2013.
While in law school, Precious advanced to the quarterfinals at the National Latina/o Law Student Association’s 11th Annual Moot Court Competition. While in law school, Precious served as the Treasurer of the Coalition for Social Justice and the Vice President of the Student Bar Association. She also sat on the law school’s Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee.
While in law school, Precious interned at District Council 37, where she drafted uncontested divorce papers, researched custody, visitation, and equitable distribution issues, and assisted attorneys prepare for court. She also completed an externship at the United States Postal Service Law Department, where she focused on employment matters. Precious also interned at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office as a Summer Law Fellow and assisted attorneys who prosecuted financial fraud crimes. Finally, during her third year of law school, Precious worked as a law clerk at the Law Office of Christopher Q. Davis where she drafted legal documents and assisted with each phase of employment litigation, including participating with the Firm’s prestigious class action practice.
Precious is a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association, the NYC Bar Association, and the Metropolitan Black Bar Association. She sits on the National Employment Lawyers Association’s gender discrimination subcommittee.