Seth A. Levine

Attorney in New Orleans, LA
Author and Key Speaker: "Significant Tax Planning Opportunities Afforded by KETRA and GO-Zone Tax Legislation," New Orleans Real Estate Investors Association, March 16, 2006. Co-author: a joint publication of ALI-ABA and AECRE, "Lease Negotiation Handbook: Chapter V - Term," International Association of Attorneys and Executives in Corporate Real Estate (AECRE), August 19, 2003; "On the Road to Recovery: How Tort Litigation Has Impacted the Development and Financing of Senior Housing Facilities," American Bar Association Section of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Annual Meeting, August 2003; "Problem Loan Seminar: Chapter IV - Louisiana Foreclosure," Sterling Education Services, January 21, 2003; "Advanced Real Estate Law in Louisiana: I - Title and Survey Review," National Business Institute, December 5, 2002; "Commercial and Residential Lease Enforcement and Evictions in Louisiana: How to do them right - Section I, Drafting and Execution: How to protect the Landlord and Section VII, Ethical and Professional Considerations," Sterling Education Services, September 5, 2002.
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Areas of Law

  • Business and Commercial Transactions
  • Real Estate


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Admission Details

Admitted in 2001, Louisiana

Law School Attended

Tulane University
Class of 2001
cum laude

University Attended

New York University
Class of 1998

Associations & Memberships

Louisiana State and American Bar Associations.

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Seth A. Levine
 201 St. Charles Ave.,
New Orleans, LA 70170-5100


Jones Walker LLP (New Orleans, Louisiana)

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