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Barry R. Levy
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Barry R. Levy

With his name appearing in over 130 published opinions, clients rely on Barry Levy’s consummate skills and wisdom regarding complex issues in a wide variety of civil law matters.  Barry has argued on multiple occasions before the California Supreme Court and various state and federal intermediate appellate courts.

Barry Levy is a partner at the firm, which he joined in 1977.  He is one of the firm's managing partners and has played a major role in the shaping of the firm’s culture and standing within the legal industry.

Before joining the firm, Barry was a Deputy District Attorney with the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, a legal writing instructor at Loyola Law School of Los Angeles, and an adjunct Associate Professor at Whittier College School of Law.

Barry is a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, an organization consisting of general counsel of major corporations and managing partners of leading law firms, dedicated to promoting diversity in the legal profession.


  • Bad Enough to Punish: The Application of the Reprehensibility Guidepost in Punitive Damages Cases After BMW v. Gore (Fall 1998) 49 Fed'n of Ins. & Corp. Couns. Q.