Lewis Craft, Esq., Joins Dunlap Codding
Dunlap Codding is pleased to announce that Lewis Craft has joined the firm as an associate. Lewis practices in the areas of patents drafting and prosecution, licensing, prior art searches, and patentability analysis. Dunlap Codding Managing Shareholder Nick Rouse said, “We are happy to have Lewis join us as an associate attorney; we are growing and he brings needed skills to the table.”
Lewis graduated from The University of Oklahoma College of Law in May 2012 and recently passed the bar examination. Prior to working at Dunlap Codding, he was a patent intern at The University of Oklahoma’s Office of Technology Development. He also worked at Kenyon Energy as an assistant landman and legal clerk. While in law school, Craft was on the Dean’s List, 2009–2012, served as the American Indian Law Review Articles Editor, 2011–2012, was a member of the OU Law Dean’s Council, 2010–2011, received the Robert T. Rennie Scholarship, and was inducted in the Order of Solicitors in 2012. Lewis is a member of the American Inns of Court—Luther Bohanon Chapter, and is a member of the Sigma Nu Alumni Advisory Board—University of Oklahoma Chapter.
Lewis received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota in May 2009. While attending the University of Minnesota, he interned at 3M, assisting in the development and scale-up of a non-halogenated resin later used in the production of a “green” optical film which was implemented in an array of products.