Pat Levy-Lavelle is an attorney at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Richmond. Since joining the center in 2005, Levy-Lavelle's work has focused primarily on workers' rights, and additionally on the individual representation of low-income tenants, advocacy on local public housing policy issues, and the rights of homeless citizens of Richmond. Levy-Lavelle graduated from Carleton College and received his law degree from the University of Virginia. During his time at UVA Law, he interned with UNITE-HERE in New York City and Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center in San Francisco; traveled to Jordan to conduct research and assisted in drafting a report on labor rights there in conjunction with UVA Law's International Human Rights Law Clinic and the AFL-CIO's Solidarity Center; and participated in the Employment Law Clinic, which the Legal Aid Justice Center runs in conjunction with the University of Virginia School of Law. Levy-Lavelle is now a supervising attorney for the Employment Law Clinic.
- J.D.University of Virginia School of Law2005
- B.A.Carleton College1999
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