Inaugural Marc L. Levine Award

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2006 Stetson Law graduate Marc L. Levine.

2006 Stetson Law graduate Marc L. Levine. Click for high-resolution image.

In May, the first Marc L. Levine Award will be presented to a Stetson University College of Law student who has demonstrated significant professional growth and leadership during his or her time at Stetson.

The award was established by Marc’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Levine, to honor a graduating student who, like Marc, emerged as a campus leader at Stetson.

“I am deeply honored that my parents decided to create an award in my name at Stetson Law,” said Levine, the award’s namesake. “However, I believe that the award is more of an acknowledgement of the amazing experience and education that Stetson Law provides its students than of my individual accomplishments while in law school.”

Levine, an Orlando attorney with GrayRobinson P.A., graduated cum laude in 2006 from Stetson Law; he received the Walter Mann Award for professional leadership and the William F. Blews Pro Bono Award for community service. While a student, he interned for Judge Elizabeth A. Kovachevich of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, and Judge Ralph C. Stoddard of Florida’s 13th Judicial Circuit. Levine is a member of the Stetson Lawyers Association Advisory Council.