Craig R. Levin has devoted his entire career to fighting for justice, fairness, and equity in the city of Philadelphia.
Craig has spent 33 years in the courtroom standing up for his clients. He understands how vital it is to make our courts accessible to all, having litigated in excess of 2,000 cases in state and federal forums handling criminal defense, civil matters, estate issues, family law, and contract disputes.
Craig was elected by his peers, to the Board of Governors of the Philadelphia Bar Association and is a member of the Louis D. Brandeis Law Society, Justinian Society, Philadelphia Trial Lawyers, Pennsylvania Association for Justice, and New Jersey Association for Justice. Craig also serves as an arbitrator for the Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia County.
Craig regularly provides pro-bono legal services to his clients, their families and as Chair of the Legal Department for the Philadelphia Democratic Party, to committee people who could not otherwise afford legal help. He is also a volunteer attorney for the SeniorLAW Center and, a volunteer and Board member of the Community Forgiveness and Restoration Initiative. CFRI works to provide incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals with the skills, resources, and services needed to successfully reintegrate back into the community after release from prison. He also volunteers his time and serves as pro-bono counsel to SALEA, an organization that supports food kitchens, college scholarships and a host of other services to Philadelphia’s Latino community.