Professor Levine joined the Law Center faculty in 2010. He previously served on the faculty of Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, California from 2002-2010. He has published more than forty law review articles in the areas of legal ethics, criminal law, law and religion, Jewish law, and constitutional law. His articles have appeared in numerous law reviews, including Fordham Law Review, Houston Law Review, Indiana Law Review, Maryland Law Review, Notre Dame Law Review, Tulane Law Review, and Utah Law Review, as well as peer-reviewed journals, such as the American Journal of Legal History, Constitutional Commentary, Dublin University Law Journal (Trinity College Dublin), and the Journal of Law and Religion. Professor Levine's scholarship has also appeared in textbooks and anthologies, has been included in course adoptions in the United States and Israel, has been cited by courts in the United States and New Zealand, and has been cited by scholars in the United States, Israel, Canada and Australia.
Foreword to the Conference: The Law: Business or Profession? The Continuing Relevance of Julius Henry Cohen for the Practice of Law in the Twenty-First Century, 40 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1 (2013)
A Look at the Establishment Clause Through the Prism of Religious Perspectives: Religious Majorities, Religious Minorities, and Nonbelievers, 87 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 775 (2012)
This article traces the Court’s Establishment Clause jurisprudence through several decades, examining a number of...
Hosanna-Tabor and Supreme Court Precedent: An Analysis of the Ministerial Exception in the Context of The Supreme Court’s Hands-Off Approach to Religious Doctrine, 106 Nw. U. L. Rev. Colloquy 120 (2011)
The United States Supreme Court‘s review of the decision of the United States Court of...