Robert A. Levine

“Of Counsel”

After a long and rewarding career, Attorney Robert A. Levine is pleased to enjoy his retirement. While still serving Levine Law in an advisory capacity, he is no longer taking on new cases. Robert would like to extend his gratitude to his clients and the legal community in Milwaukee.

About Robert A. Levine

Education

Born and raised in Milwaukee, Robert Levine received his undergraduate and juris doctor degrees from the University of Wisconsin. While earning his J.D., he served on the Student Senate and as a student court judge and was selected to work as a law clerk for the late Milwaukee Circuit Court Judge John Decker.

Law and Accolades

As primarily a civil lawyer in litigation matters and negligence and personal injury attorney. Attorney Levine has been serving the people of Southeastern Wisconsin since 1968. Not only has he won cases for countless clients in courts all over Wisconsin, but he has also been instrumental in changing laws regarding when pleadings can be amended and a homeowner’s ability to challenge their assessment. Mr. Levine has argued cases before the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and has tried in excess of 200 jury trials.

At the end of 2023, Attorney Levine stepped away from the full-time practice of law and now serves Levine Law “of counsel.”

Extra Circular 

An avid jogger and bicyclist, Mr. Levine is a member of the Milwaukee and Wisconsin Bar Associations and the American Association for Justice. He is also involved with a number of local charities.

Bar Admissions

Wisconsin, 1968
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin, 1969
U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin, 1969
U.S. Federal Court, 1969
U.S. Supreme Court, 1978

Professional Associations & Memberships

Milwaukee Bar Association, Member
Wisconsin Bar Associations, member
American Association for Justice

Education

University of Wisconsin, Madison

B.A., 1965

University of Wisconsin, Madison

J.D., 1968
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