Keith Lewin is a solicitor who has represented clients, both as solicitor and advocate, in courts throughout the UK and has been involved in several leading decisions in the High Court and Court of Appeal.

Keith is currently a director of Brunswicks Law Limited and has been a partner in two other law firms having spent 31 years at what is now DLA Piper, the largest law firm in the world where he qualified as a solicitor and became a partner.

For the past 18 years Keith has worked exclusively in the health and social care sectors advising on aspects of care provision law, and legislation on safeguarding, particularly in relation to adults.  His clients are from the private and charitable sectors and he declines to act for the NHS or other organs of the UK government, both local and national.  Keith has advised an overseas government on the anti-corruption steps it needed to take as a condition precedent to joining the EU.

Keith has been involved with AEA since 2006 and has been a trustee since 2008.