As a lawyer specializing in complex litigation and appeals, Joseph Levy’s enthusiasm for philosophy and history fuels his analytical prowess, allowing him to navigate intricate legal matters with a deeper understanding and strategic insight.
Previously, Joseph served as a law clerk for the Honorable David M. Ebel at the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, Colorado. In this role, he drafted bench memoranda and opinions for a variety of civil and criminal appeals, helped prepare Judge Ebel for oral arguments, and managed various administrative motions.
Before clerking at the Tenth Circuit, Joseph worked as an associate at the esteemed Amlaw 10 firm WilmerHale in Palo Alto, California. During his time there, he represented clients in various civil matters, including a trade secret dispute, a civil RICO class action, multiple securities class actions, a tribal law dispute, and a corporate management dispute. In this role, he drafted a range of briefs for various clients, including petitions for certiorari to the Supreme Court of the United States, petitions for review to the California Supreme Court, state-level appellate briefs, pleading motions, discovery motions, and amicus briefs to multiple federal courts.
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Joseph was a fellow of the NYU School of Law, Institute of Judicial Administration, in New York City during his time in law school.
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