Robert W. Levy from Ruston

He is a graduate of Nicholls State University and the Louisiana State University School of Law. He is currently serving in his fourth six-year term as District Attorney for the Third Judicial District (Lincoln and Union Parishes).

He also serves as a Regents’ representative to the Blue Ribbon Commission for Educational Excellence, as well as the Louisiana High School Redesign Commission.  Mr. Levy serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Louisiana Next Horizon.  In addition to the Board of Regents, Mr. Levy is a member of the Board and past president of the Louisiana District Attorney Association and immediate past chairman of its Juvenile Justice Task Force.  He served six (6) years as a member of the Judicial Council of the Louisiana Supreme Court and is presently serving on its Trial Court Committee.  Mr. Levy is a member of the Board of Directors and immediate past chairman for the Council for a Better Louisiana (CABL) and is a member of the Board of Directors of Community Trust Bank.

For the past fifteen years, Mr. Levy has been a member of the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement and the Louisiana Drug Control and Violent Crime Policy Board.  In addition, he serves as a member of the Louisiana Law Institute Criminal Procedure Committee.  He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.  He founded and is the chairman of the Board of Directors of the Pine Hills Child Advocacy Center, Inc., as well as the Pine Hills Sexual Assault Center.  Mr. Levy founded and is chairman of the Board of Directors of the Third Judicial District Attorney’s Truancy Assessment and Service Center.  He is also of counsel with Hudson, Potts and Bernstein, Attorneys at Law.

 

 

 

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