Clinical Professor of Law
- Legal Research and Writing
- Legal Drafting
- B.A., University of California, Berkeley, with highest honors
- J.D., M.S.W., University of California, Los Angeles
Professor Levin is a graduate of the UCLA School of Law, Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, and the Department of Social Welfare, where she was an editor on the UCLA Law Review and earned membership in Order of the Coif. Professor Levin clerked for the Honorable Richard A. Paez of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit during 2002-2003. Before joining the Loyola faculty, she was on the faculty at Pepperdine University School of Law for eight years and Co-Director of the Wm. Matthew Byrne, Jr. Judicial Clerkship Institute for five years. She taught Legal Research and Writing and Appellate Advocacy, and created and taught the Legal Research and Writing for Non-Lawyers course for the online Master of Legal Studies program. In 2019, Professor Levin earned the Pepperdine Waves of Excellence (Teaching) award. Before teaching, she was an associate at Arnold & Porter LLP, specializing in civil commercial and trademark litigation.
- Joe Regalia & Amy B. Levin, Grammar, Editing, and Writing Tech Tools: The Teaching Tool You’ve Been Looking For?, 28 PERSPS. 51 (2020).
- Amy B. Levin & Joe Regalia, The Feedback Feeding Frenzy: Some Thoughts About Doing Feedback Differently, 27 PERSPS. 60 (2019).
- Laurence J. Hutt & Amy B. Levin, Frozen in Time: Evaluating Class Action Settlements in the Face of Changes in the Law, 12 CLASS 460 (May 2011).
- Amy Levin & Linda Mills, Fighting for Child Custody When Domestic Violence Is at Issue: Survey of State Laws, 48 SOCIAL WORK 463 (Oct. 2003).
- Amy B. Levin, Comment, Child Witnesses of Domestic Violence: How Should Judges Apply the Best Interests of the Child Standard in Custody and Visitation Cases Involving Domestic Violence, 47 UCLA L. REV. 813 (2000).
- “Charting new territories: Giving Effective Feedback in an Online Environment” (LR&W Online Teaching Excellence Conference, William & Mary Law School, June 18 & 19, 2020, presented with Heather Baxter, Jane Cross, Camille Lamar, and Kate Nunez from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law and Aimee Dudovitz, Loyola Law School Los Angeles)
- "Recent Discoveries in Legal Writing Research." (California Academy of Appellate Lawyers, January 26, 2019, presented on panel with Prof. Robert Brain, Prof. Daniel Selmi, and Justice Brian Hoffstadt)
- "Clearing the Bar: Teaching the Bar Exam Performance Test in 1L Spring." (Legal Writing Institute's One-Day Workshop, University of Houston Law Center, December 8, 2017, presented with Hilary Reed)
- "Helping Students Find Mentors and Jobs in the Community by Building Relationships with Alums." (Legal Writing Institute's One-Day Workshop, California Western School of Law, December 2016, presented with Hilary Reed)
- "Teaching Professionalism: How to Turn Your Everyday Classroom into a Professionalism Training Ground." (Legal Writing Institute's One-Day Workshop, USC School of Law, December 2015, presented with Selina Brandt and Mireille Butler)
- "Client Alerts: Teaching Students to Market Their Future Legal Practices Through Client Advisories and Legal Blogs." (Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, Loyola Law School Los Angeles, August 2015)
- "Innovation and Leadership: How Are Legal Research and Writing Professors Teaching Students the Three Apprenticeships of Knowledge, Values, and Skills?" (Legal Writing Institute's One-Day Workshop, William S. Boyd School of Law/UNLV, December 2014, with Hilary Reed)
- "Killing Two Birds with One Stone: Teaching Students Pure Research Skills and the Practical Skill of Presenting Research Findings." (Legal Writing Institute's One-Day Workshop, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, December 2013, with Mireille Butler)
- "Real-World Research: Engaging Students with a Problem-Based, Client-Focused, Multi-Media Research Program." (Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, Whittier Law School, August 2013, with Mireille Butler and Hilary Reed)