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Matthew Levine graduated from Michigan State University, James Madison College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations in 1996. While at MSU, Matthew served on the James Madison College Student Senate and studied abroad at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He then earned his law degree from Wayne State University Law School in 2000.
After law school, Mathew clerked for the Oakland County Circuit Court, and then went on to work in real estate law and commercial litigation for nearly 20 years before joining the Mike Morse Law Firm team as an appellate attorney in 2021.
Matthew is actively involved in the Michigan Anti-Defamation League. He currently serves as Chairman of the Michigan Anti-Defamation League’s Regional Advisory Board. Prior to holding this position, Matthew graduated from the Sills/Glass Leadership Institute, a 10-month leadership training course with the Anti-Defamation League.
Outside of the office, Matthew is an avid reader, music lover, and guitarist. He enjoys spending time with his wife, two daughters and their many pets, which include a greyhound, cat, gerbil, and rabbit.
James Madison College
East Lansing, MI
Wayne State University
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