Bruce Levine, Esq. – Pro Bono Manager

Bruce Levine, Esq.
Bruce Levine, Esq.
Pro Bono Manager
Mr. Levine joined Dade Legal Aid in the Put Something Back Pro Bono Project in 1993 on a grant following Hurricane Andrew to lead the agency’s We Will Rebuild efforts. Upon successful completion of the grant, he joined the Legal Aid staff as Project Attorney for the Put Something Back department where he delved into expanding access to justice via pro bono partnerships. He is a Past-President of the Florida Pro Bono Coordinators Association and a Recipient of the Kay Meyers Pro Bono Coordinator Award. Mr. Levine has screened, referred and assisted thousands of clients and refers them to pro bono attorneys and 100% Law Firm Stakeholders. He leads the agency's COVID-19 efforts working with firms, law schools and individual attorneys seeking to give back their time and talent. In addition, he organizes cutting edge CLE seminars, staffs self help clinics, recruits and supervises law school interns year round. Mr. Levine served as Vice-Chair of the Dade County Alliance Against Domestic Violence and is an active member of the Dade County Anti-Defamation League Civil Rights Committee. Mr. Levine was born and raised in Hollywood, CA. He received his B.A. from the University of Southern California and J.D. from Whittier Law School.