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I. Stanley Levine, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Real Estate, Commercial Transactions, Entertainment Law. Member of Levine & Partners, P.A.


Levine, Irving Stanley was born on November 26, 1928 in Cleveland. Son of Albert Eli and Sadelle B. (Neff) Brass Levine.


Hobart College (Bachelor of Arts, 1951). University of Miami (Juris Doctor, cum laude, 1967, replaced Bachelor of Laws conferred, 1954). Spoken languages: Spanish.


Worked at Levine & Partners, P.A. (Miami, Florida) specializing in Insurance, Real Estate, Entertainment Law, Domestic and International Transactions, Banking Law, Creditors Rights and Related Litigation. Admitted to the bar, 1955, Florida. Phi Delta Phi. Associate Editor, University of Miami Law Review, 1953-1954.

Editor-in-Chief, University of Miami "Barrister" 1954. Member, Miami Beach Visitors and Convention Authority, 1991—. Member: The Florida Bar.

American Bar Association. Levine & Partners, P.A. is a nationally recognized, progressive and dynamic law firm offering a full range of commercial and personal services. The firm maintains offices in the heart of Miami's international business and banking center and serves a variety of clientele, including companies listed in the Fortune 500, multi-national and foreign enterprises, as well as local mid-size and small business entities.

The firm's practice areas include litigation and appeals, insurance, real property, banking, creditors' rights, domestic and international transactions, and attendant financing and tax planning.


Board of directors Miami Design Preservation League, since 1985, secretary Concert Assn.of Florida, Inc., since 1982, chairman 1987-1991, director 1987-1991. Trustee Mount SinaiMed. Center since 1984; secretary, since 1991, co-chairman laws committee, 1985.

Member Dade County Council Arts and Sciences, 1982, 83, Dade County Performing Arts. Council, 1984-1986; vice president, board directors South Florida Arts Center, since 1985. Board directors Temple Beth Sholom, 1986-1991.

Board directors Miami City Ballet, 1986-1992, Florida Food Recovery Project, since 1989. Vice president, board directors Infants In Need, Inc., since 1988. Member City of Miami Beach Community Benefit Committee for Performing Arts, 1987-1992.

Member Miami Beach Visiting & Convention Authority. Member Dade County Performing Arts Center Trust. Board directors Advantage Children, Inc.

Member American Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, U. Miami Alumni Association, Greater Miami Chamber of C. (trustee 1983-1985), Phi Delta Phi.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf; boating.


Married Joan Kandell, March 21, 1959 (divorced 1964). Married Elaine R. Martz, October 3, 1964. Children– Kenneth, Robert, Tina, Alan.