Foley Hoag Partner Harlan Levy Nominated as New York City Bar Association Vice President

December 13, 2021

Foley Hoag LLP partner Harlan Levy has been nominated as a Vice President of the New York City Bar Association, one of the nation's largest, oldest and most influential bar organizations. If elected, Levy will serve a one-year term as one of three Vice Presidents. The election will take place at the City Bar’s annual meeting on May 17, 2022. Levy was previously named Chair of the Board of Directors of the New York City Bar Association. Levy is a nationally recognized litigation partner and trial lawyer in Foley Hoag's New York office. He co-chairs the firm's State Attorney General practice. Levy has served as Chief Deputy Attorney General of the State of New York, the second-ranking official in the Attorney General’s Office (2011-2015). He oversaw many of that office’s most significant investigations and litigations. Earlier in his career he served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Major Offense/Career Criminal Bureau of the Manhattan DA’s Office. Founded in 1870, the New York City Bar Association is dedicated to maintaining the high ethical standards of the legal profession, promoting reform of the law and providing service to the profession and the public. Through the work of its numerous committees, the Association addresses many critical legal and public policy issues.

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