Matthew D. Levine is an associate attorney and joined Hirzel Law in 2023. Mr. Levine graduated from James Madison College at Michigan State University in 1996 with a degree in International Relations. He obtained his Juris Doctorate at Wayne State University Law School in 2000, where he was a member of the International Moot Court Team. Upon graduation, Mr. Levine served as a law clerk for judges in the Oakland County Circuit Court, assisting the court with legal research and writing, trial preparation, and jury coordination.
Since leaving the court, Mr. Levine has focused his practice on real property and consumer finance law with an emphasis on property rights, mortgage loans, regulatory compliance, eviction, and municipal ordinances. Mr. Levine has experience in family law, no-fault, and personal injury law. Mr. Levine has litigated matters from the trial level in district and circuit courts throughout Michigan, through final appeals with the Michigan Supreme Court. He has also litigated matters in the Eastern and Western Districts of the United States District Courts.
Mr. Levine has been a member of the Michigan Regional Advisory Board of the Anti-Defamation League since 2013. He served as Chairperson of the Michigan Regional Advisory Board from 2019-2021. While still serving as a board member, Mr. Levine also serves on the Anti-Defamation League national leadership as a member of the young leadership network of ADL ACT: Advocate. Connect. Transform.
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