Anne Ware Lewis, a partner at Strickland Brockington Lewis LLP, is the first recipient of its Sonny Perdue Conservative Legacy Award. The award was created to honor individuals in Georgia who have made significant impact in the promotion of free-market values, smaller government, fiscal restraint, and individual responsibility.
Lewis will personally accept the award at CPLI’s inaugural Legacy Dinner on Friday, December 8 at the Capital City Club Downtown. Tickets and sponsorships are available through Wednesday, December 6 and can be purchased online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cpli-legacy-dinner-2017-tickets-39623697546
Lewis’ practice involves election-related litigation, including redistricting, Voting Rights Act cases, election contests and candidate qualifying challenges. Along other lawyers in the firm, Lewis is counsel to the Georgia General Assembly on redistricting matters. She serves as a Special Attorney General on two voting rights cases and as a Special Assistant Attorney General on litigation related to Georgia's photo ID law. Anne previously served as a Special Assistant Attorney General in redistricting cases, as counsel to the intervenors in Georgia v. Ashcroft and to the Plaintiffs in Larios v. Cox. Her practice also includes representing counties and municipalities in various types of litigation. In addition to litigation, Lewis represents candidates and elected officials before the Georgia Campaign Finance Commission and the State Election Board and serves as counsel to public utilities appearing before the Georgia Public Service Commission.