Alexander Levine is an experienced civil litigator with years of trial and appellate experience. Mr. Levine has successfully negotiated and litigated hundreds of cases, including matrimonial, family, personal injury, and commercial matters.
Mr. Levine is also a former assistant district attorney who successfully prosecuted many felony cases, including murders and other violent crimes. As a prosecutor, Mr. Levine was particularly noted for his expertise in habeas corpus and other post-conviction litigation.
As an adjunct professor of law at New York University since 2001, Mr. Levine has taught litigation and civil procedure to hundreds of paralegal and law students.
Mr. Levine contributed to the publication of the two-volume book New York Civil Practice Before Trial(James Publishing, 2001) (an “exceptional text” – New York Law Journal, February 13, 2002).
Mr. Levine currently serves as an Administrative Law Judge in Manhattan.