Log In

Julius Byron Levine Edit Profile

Julius Byron Levine, Lawyer, legal educator ( law: pract. & administration, Educated)Civil litigation, generalCriminalProbate (including wills, trusts)lawyer, legal educator. Member American Bar Association (member of advisory council real property, probate and trust section 1972-1981, contributing editor journal of litigation section 1974-1977), Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Chi Epsilon.; Club: Mount Auburn (Watertown, Massachusetts).; Lodge:.

Background

Levine, Julius Byron was born on February 8, 1939 in Waterville, Maine, United States. Son of Lewis Lester and Celia G. (Gurewitz) Levine.

Education

1 child, James G. Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude, Harvard University, 1960, Juris Doctor cum laude, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy., University of Oxford, England, 1969.

Career

Bar: Maine 1963, Massachusetts 1964, United States Court Appeals (1st circuit) 1964. Law clerk United States District Court Maine, Portland, 1964-1965. Partner, of counsel Levine, Brody & Levine, Boston and Waterville, 1963-1980, of counsel Levine, Bishop & Levine, Boston and Waterville, since 1980.

Associate professor of law Boston University, 1969-1972, professor of law, since 1972. Master Superior Court Massachusetts, Boston, since 1972, coordinator judicial intern program, 1979. Assistant district attorney Norfolk County, Massachusetts, 1976.

Lecturer New England Law Institute-Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, 1977-1993, National College Probate Judges, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1979-1982.

Membership

Chairman Citizens for Better Urban Renewal Plan, Waterville, 1962-1963. Member Northern Kennebec Valley Regional Planning Commission, 1966-1968, Maine Committee to Select Rhodes Scholars, since 1971. Co-chairman Aspinwall Hill Neighborhood Association, Brookline, Massachusetts, 1974-1976.

Vice president Ellis (South End) Neighborhood Association, Boston, 1980-1982, 87-88, board directors, 1986-1992, president, 1989-1990. Chairman Massachusetts Victims of Crime, Boston, since 1983. Legal director National Victims of Crime, Washington, 1983-1985.

Candidate for Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1994, 96. Member American Bar Association (member advisory council real property, probate and trust section 1972-1981, contributing editor journal of litigation section 1974-1977), Mount Auburn Club (Watertown, Massachusetts), Masons, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Chi Epsilon.

Connections

Married Diane Groner, August 26, 1965 (divorced). Children: Rachel A., Sarah L. Married Susan M. Ginns, September 7, 1980 (divorced).

1 child, James G.