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LEWIS & MUNDAY - A Black Law Legacy

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This week we will celebrate the 4 decades of  accomplishments of an African American led law firm with it's partners and one of it's most notable attorney/judge. This Detroit Michigan based  firm has contributed significantly to the Michigan legal system by preparing many of their employees to have influence on Michigan law from the judge's bench. Because of their current experiences of living in Detroit where casino gambling has been legalized, we will get their perspective on the the vote to bring live casino gambling to Maryland. With guest griots who over 4 decades have created and built one of America's most prestigious legacy, the law firm of Lewis & Munday P.C. Welcome attorney David B. Lewis a Senior Shareholder at the law firm of Lewis & Munday, P.C. & Attorney Reuben A. Munday,  Chairman of the law firm of Lewis & Munday, P.C. in Detroit, Michigan. A native of Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, Mr. Munday joined the firm in 1977 shortly after graduating from Michigan Law School & Michigan Circuit Court Judge Ulysses Boykin who became the first African-American attorney to practice at the firm of Dickinson, Wright.  After a brief service as an Army Officer, he joined the firm of Patmon Young and Kirk practicing corporate law, civil litigation, taxation and entertainment law.  In 1983, Judge Boykin became a member of Lewis, White & Clay, A Professional Corporation, practicing civil litigation, governmental law, education law, commercial law and entertainment law.