Lewis Law Office, P.A. was founded in 1998 by Kay Lewis to provide dedicated counsel and highly personal service to individuals and businesses and their families. Having practiced law over 25 years, she strives to provide the highest quality of legal service with consideration of the client’s desires for legal, tax and financial planning, including lifetime and estate gifting. Kay Lewis has frequently lectured on topics including, Estate Planning, Federal and State Taxation, Corporations, and Estates, Wills and Trusts.
Practicing tax preparation and accounting prior to her law career, she became a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in 1990 in Mississippi and in 1997 in Florida.
Now practicing law in Southeast Florida, Kay Lewis previously practiced law in Jackson, Mississippi, following an internship as a prosecutor with the Leflore County District Attorney’s Office, Greenwood, Mississippi. While in Mississippi Kay Lewis served as President of the Mississippi Women Lawyers Association (1994-1995), and as Vice-President, Jackson Chpt., American Society of Women Accountants (1995-1996).
Since relocating to Florida, Kay Lewis served on the Board of Directors of Hope Women's Centers from 2006-2010 and also served as a Volunteer Guardian Ad Litem for the 17th Judicial Circuit in Broward County, Florida from 1999-2016.
Kay Lewis is currently serving on the Patient and Family Advisory Council with Memorial Hospital in Hollywood, FL.
Masters of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation
University of Florida (1991)
Juris Doctor (J.D.) (Law)
University of Mississippi (1989)
Casenote Competition Chairperson
Mississippi Law Journal
Member Moot Court Board & Phi Delta Phi
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Accounting
Delta State University (1986), Magna Cum Laude
Phi Kappa Phi, Delta Mu Delta & Pi Gamma Mu Academic Honor Societies
Florida (all courts) (1996)
United States Tax Court (1991)
U.S. Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit (1989)
U.S. District Court, ND of Mississippi (1989)
U.S. District Court, SD of Mississippi (1989)
Mississippi (all courts) (1989)