Greg Levy is the Assistant Dean, Academic Affairs, Registration, and Student Services and Director of Miami Law's Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law LL.M. In his capacity as dean of student services he leads a group of fellows in projects that include researching, analyzing, planning, and implementing new programs and systems to better the law student experience. Using his own past experience as a Post-Graduate Student Service Fellow, Mr. Levy works with the new fellows to identify how the law school can best make use of its resources to improve the services offered to students. The Fellows are a resource to help current students find answers to questions about Miami Law or triage questions to the proper group or department.
Greg Levy graduated cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law in 2010 and came to University of Miami after receiving his B.A. from the University of Michigan. At Michigan, Mr. Levy served as President of Collegiate DECA for two years. Collegiate DECA is an International organization focused on developing leaders in business and entrepreneurship. As part of DECA, he competed and won first place at the International Collegiate DECA Competition in the International Business section.
While at Miami Law, he was a student representative to the Curriculum Committee and also a member of the Orientation Committee, the Entertainment and Sports Law Society, and the Student Ambassadors. During law school, he interned as a law clerk for Judge Valerie Manno-Schurr in the civil division of Miami-Dade County Circuit Court. In law school Mr. Levy earned honors in litigation skills trial class and is interested in civil litigation and sports and entertainment law.