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The 8th Ward is proud to endorse Craig Levin for Court of Common Pleas.

An 8th Ward neighbor, Levin was rated “Recommended” by the Philadelphia Bar for his 33-year legal career and excellent preparation for judicial service. A patient, supportive advocate, Levin has represented people in over 2,000 cases in state and federal courts and private arbitration proceedings, in areas including personal injuries, contract disputes, criminal cases, estate issues, and family law matters. While serving his private law clients, Levin also serves his community and his profession.  His peers elected Levin to serve on the Board of Governors for the Philadelphia Bar Association.  Closest to home, Levin served as a Judge of Elections in the 8th Ward, and worked tirelessly as a Committee Person to help neighbors navigate new voting rules in a pandemic.  A volunteer attorney for SeniorLAW Center, Levin also manages the pro bono program for the Philadelphia Democratic Party, where he has helped people in over 80 pro bono matters.  Levin also serves as a Board member for the Community Forgiveness and Restoration Initiative, which helps people who have been incarcerated to gain the skills and training needed to rejoin their communities. He has for many years served as pro-bono counsel of SALEA, an organization that supports food kitchens, college scholarships, and a host of other services to people in Philadelphia’s Latino Community.  Levin also served as a youth hockey coach for 17 years. Craig Levin will bring all the qualities of servant-leadership to his role as a Judge, if we make sure he wins this election.