Michael S. Levine
- Visiting Professor of Law, Fundamentals of Lawyering
- 2000 H Street, NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052
- [email protected]
Michael S. Levine has been teaching lawyering skills at GW since 1997. Currently, he serves as a Visiting Professor in the Fundamentals of Lawyering Program, where he trains students in core practice skills and professional identity formation. He is a former assistant director of GW’s Legal Research and Writing Program, at which time he taught Scholarly Writing to journal members and Thesis Writing to LLM candidates. Professor Levine is an advisor in GW’s Inns of Court Program and a frequent workshop presenter to student organizations and skills boards.
Professor Levine also is a nationally recognized educator outside the classroom. He operates Lawrite Consulting, where he trains attorneys, law students, and professionals in analytical thinking, writing, project management, and client-service skills. Prior to joining GW, he practiced commercial litigation as a partner at Bromley, Greene & Walsh in Washington, DC. Professor Levine is also a court-appointed mediator, and a member of the Legal Writing Institute and the Association of American Law Schools.
Known for his enthusiastic embrace of practical skills growth, Professor Levine promotes self-directed, process-oriented learning through experiential exercises and formative assessment techniques. His students take responsibility for achieving academic excellence and serving clients, and the profession, with integrity and respect.
BA, State University of New York at Albany; JD, The Catholic University of America