Marc Levin

Marc Levin

Vice President, Criminal Justice Policy and Policy Director, Right on Crime, Texas Public Policy Foundation

Marc A. Levin, Esq., is Vice President of Criminal Justice Policy at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, which houses the Right on Crime initiative. In 2010, Mr. Levin developed the concept for the Right on Crime initiative, which has become the national clearinghouse for conservative criminal justice reforms. In 2014, Mr. Levin was named one of the “Politico 50” in the magazine’s annual “list of thinkers, doers, and dreamers who really matter in this age of gridlock and dysfunction.” Mr. Levin has testified on criminal justice policy on four occasions before Congress and has testified before legislatures in states including Texas, Nevada, Kansas, Wisconsin, and California. He also has met personally with leaders ranging from President Barack Obama to Speaker Paul Ryan to share his ideas on criminal justice reform. In 2007, he was honored in a resolution unanimously passed by the Texas House of Representatives that stated, “Mr. Levin’s intellect is unparalleled and his research is impeccable.” He served as a law clerk to Judge Will Garwood on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and Staff Attorney at the Texas Supreme Court. He received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. Follow Marc on Twitter @MarcALevin.

Justice Department and Marijuana Enforcement

Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group, Federalism & Separation of Powers Practice Group, and Regulatory Transparency Project Teleforum

Teleforum
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Criminal Justice Review: Trump, Sessions, and the States

2018 Texas Chapters Conference

On September 7-8, 2018, the Federalist Society's Fort Worth Lawyers Chapter hosted the fourth annual...

Criminal Justice Review: Trump, Sessions, and the States

2018 Texas Chapters Conference

On September 7-8, 2018, the Federalist Society's Fort Worth Lawyers Chapter hosted the fourth annual...

Justice Department and Marijuana Enforcement

Justice Department and Marijuana Enforcement

Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group, Federalism & Separation of Powers Practice Group, and Regulatory Transparency Project Teleforum

On Thursday, January 4th, Attorney General Jeff Sessions withdrew a Justice Department memo issued in...