Mark Lewis is a lawyer with Kitrick, Lewis & Harris Co., L.P.A. (http://www.klhlaw.com/). Mark practices the craft of thinking like a lawyer in litigation, personal injury, and consumer class actions. Mark also teaches as Adjunct Professor of Law at Capital University Law School, where his course on Law & Literature (http://literarylawyers.org) similarly focuses on the virtues and pitfalls of conventional legal thinking, including the many fascintating ways cognitive science and literature can help us improve our legal brainwork, often simply by “thinking about our thinking” to reveal our many blindspots, biases and cognitive errors in legal practice and life. You can reach Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.