Annmarie Levins Joins LSAC Leadership Team
Annmarie Levins joined LSAC in December as Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer. She will be working closely on business strategy with LSAC President and CEO Kellye Testy and the rest of LSAC’s leadership team.
Annmarie is a cutting-edge thinker about the future of law and society. Her most recent work, at the Data & Society Research Institute in New York, focused on the impact of artificial intelligence and data analytics on the practice of law and the future of the legal profession. She studied how these technological advances can help address persistent inequalities in access to legal services.
According to Kellye Testy, “Annmarie’s understanding of the ways technology can level the playing field for all who are seeking access to justice is essential as LSAC partners with its law school members and others to build the justice pipeline for the future. Annmarie’s strong skills in organizational strategy and forging strong partnerships are exactly right for LSAC at this exciting time.”
From her nearly two decades with Microsoft, Annmarie brings deep experience in law, management, and technology, as well as developing corporate and nonprofit strategic vision and implementation plans. She has served on the boards of a number of state and regional organizations. Early in her career, she clerked for the Honorable Lewis F. Powell Jr. at the US Supreme Court, taught law at the University of Washington School of Law, and worked as an assistant US attorney for both the Southern District of New York and the Western District of Washington.
Annmarie earned her BA in political science at Brown University, her PhD in politics at Princeton University, and her JD at the University of Maine School of Law, where she was first in her class and editor of the Maine Law Review.
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