Gabriel Z. Levin, Esquire, is a partner at Levin & Zeiger LLP, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr. Levin is a 1999 graduate of Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and a 2002 graduate of the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University. While at Temple, Mr. Levin won the National Trial Team Competition and received national recognition for his courtroom skills.
Mr. Levin worked at the Defender Association of Philadelphia in Major Trials where he tried countless jury trials. After the Defenders, Mr. Levin wanted to blaze his own trail, and he has been trying cases to verdict at Levin & Zeiger LLP since.
Mr. Levin is an old school tactician in the courtroom. Like a precision laser, he cuts through witnesses and finds truth through trial.
Brian J. Zeiger, Esquire, is a partner at Levin & Zeiger LLP, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr. Zeiger is a 1997 Graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, where he majored in Accounting and Finance at the John M. Olin School of Business. He is a 2000 graduate of the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University and a 2000 graduate of the Fox School of Business at Temple University where he earned a Masters in Business Administration.
Upon graduation Mr. Zeiger worked as a tax lawyer, but did not feel professionally fulfilled, so he left his practice and joined the Defender Association of Philadelphia and worked in Major Jury Trials. Mr. Zeiger was able to “cut his teeth” and find his passion, but years later Mr. Zeiger left the Defender’s to join a small upstart boutique criminal law and civil rights practice in Philadelphia.
As partners at the firm, Mr. Levin and Mr. Zeiger have have been able to help people clear their records and help them start their lives again. Mr. Levin and Mr. Zeiger author the pardon applications and lead their clients through the process of getting pardoned. Mr. Levin and Mr. Zeiger have a keen interest in the process of the federal pardon and the role of society in the pardon process. More specifically, the review of some unique pardons in our nation’s history. For that reason: Federal Presidential Pardon.