Lewis Powers

Trainee Solicitor

Lewis graduated from Queen Mary University (London) in 2013, before taking up a paralegal position with Josiah-Lake Gardiner in 2014.

His calm and relaxed manner both with clients and counsel, coupled with his keen interest in and aptitude for family law saw him being offered a training contract with Josiah-Lake Gardiner in 2015.

He is due to graduate from the University of Law (Bloomsbury) in 2017, in which year he will also qualify as a solicitor.

Lewis presently assists both Rebecca Gardiner and David Josiah-Lake with their cases.

Lewis assisted Rebecca Gardiner in the Court of Appeal case Sharp -v- Sharp [2017] EWCA Civ 408 regarding the correct approach to short marriages.

Since 2016, Lewis has been the chair of LAGLA (the Lesbian and Gay Lawyers Association).