Press Release | 10.18.16

San Francisco, CALIF., October 18, 2016 – Archer Norris welcomes Julia Levitskaia as an associate in our San Francisco office. Julia concentrates her practice on Greek Organizations.

“Julia’s litigation knowledge and experience make her an immediate asset to our firm,” said Managing Partner Gene Blackard. “I know she will be instrumental to the continued success of the Greek Organization Litigation Practice GroupSM.”

A member of the firm’s Greek Organization Litigation practice group, Julia defends fraternities and sororities in litigation claims and advises on risk management issues throughout the United States. Applying her background in public entity and retail and hospitality defense, Julia works with the team to assist Greek clients during early stages of an investigation pre-litigation, and through all phases of pre-trial litigation. Julia is well-versed in other areas of litigation, handling a range of cases, including but not limited to civil rights, FEHA and other employment-related claims, public entity defense, and breach of public contracts. Julia is dedicated to fostering success among the next generation of young attorneys and serves as an adjunct professor at her alma mater. Julia received her J.D. from Golden Gate University, School of Law in 2012 and her B.A. from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey in 2006.       

About Archer Norris

A leading California law firm, Archer Norris PLC has approximately 100 attorneys admitted to practice in 17 states. BTI Consulting Group named Archer Norris to its 2016 Client Service A-Team and the National Law Journal recognized Archer Norris on its “Midsize Law Firm Hot List” in 2015 and 2016. The firm focuses on business law from five strategically located offices throughout California and wherever our clients need us.

For more information about the firm, please contact Melanie Conrad at 925.930.6600 or visit the Archer Norris website at www.archernorris.com.

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