Orsinger, Nelson, Downing & Anderson Lawyer Appointed to Committee for a Qualified Judiciary
Attorney Hunter Lewis will interview judicial candidates running for office
DALLAS – The family law boutique Orsinger, Nelson, Downing & Anderson is pleased to announce that firm attorney Hunter Lewis has been appointed to the Committee for a Qualified Judiciary, or CQJ, a nonprofit organization that evaluates the qualifications of judicial candidates in Dallas.
“I am looking forward to working with this committee to qualify the candidates running for judicial positions,” said Mr. Lewis. “It’s an important responsibility and a significant service to voters. I have already served on my first panel and thoroughly enjoyed it.”
The CQJ, founded in 1982, has a mission to advance a competent, fair and impartial judicial system by deciding whether candidates are qualified based on merit, not political party. The goal is to inform voters about the candidates’ qualifications. The committee meets only during the election cycle and does not seek to endorse any candidate in a judicial race.
“We always encourage our attorneys to get involved in outside organizations,” said firm partner and co-founder Keith Nelson. “Hunter is a knowledgeable Family Law attorney and has lent his expertise to different committees.”
Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Mr. Lewis is a 2010 graduate of Baylor University School of Law. He has also earned selection to the Texas Super Lawyers listing each year since 2013 and was recognized in The Best Lawyers in America legal guide in 2016. A member of The National Advocate: Top 40 Under 40, he is active with the State Bar of Texas and the bar associations of Dallas, Collin and Tarrant counties, as well as the Texas Family Law Foundation and the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Foundation.
To learn more about Mr. Lewis, visit http://www.ondafamilylaw.com/attorney/hunter-lewis/.