The Honorable Edward Levine has been an attorney in the Philadelphia area since 2006 and the Magisterial District Justice for the North Penn area since 2015. He has a wide variety of legal experience ranging from family law to personal injury litigation. Judge Levine graduated from Temple's Beasley School of Law's night program in 2006 while being a single father to his twin boys. He began his career in Workers Compensation defense and personal injury defense with a small firm in Chester County and later would work for several large firms on class action cases including pharmaceutical malpractice and financial malpractice claims. Judge Levine also worked as a plaintiff's Workers Compensation attorney at well known Philadelphia area law firm. In 2015, he was elected as the Magisterial District Judge for Lansdale, Towamencin and Hatfield and has adjudicated over 10,000 cases thus developed an understanding of what is necessary to successfully advocate for clients. Judge Levine was re-elected for his judicial seat in 2021.
Judge Levine grew up in the Washington D.C. area and attended the University of Maryland at College Park receiving his B.A. in Journalism. For several years prior to law school, Judge Levine worked behind the scenes for various media outlets including Discovery Channel Communications. He moved to the Philadelphia area in 2001 and has achieved success ever since. He is the father of identical twin boys currently attending Lehigh University. Judge Levine is a board member of the Griffin Gives Foundation, a non-profit supporting military veterans and he enjoys golfing, swimming and travel.