Harrison Levy has been involved with the labor movement since a young age, when his father, labor lawyer Lewis Levy, began bringing him to labor events, meetings, and classes, thus introducing Mr. Levy to the labor movement. In primary school, Mr. Levy volunteered for many labor causes and organizations, including the Jewish Labor Committee.
In 2015, Mr. Levy graduated from the University of Colorado – Boulder, with a Bachelor of Arts in History, and a focus on the labor movement during the twentieth century. In 2019, Mr. Levy received his Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law.
While in law school, Mr. Levy was involved in the American Constitution Society as a member of Santa Clara University’s Chapter Board. During this time, Mr. Levy helped coordinate events for the local chapter, including having Democratic Congressman Ro Khanna speak for students at Santa Clara University School of Law. During his time at Santa Clara University School of Law, Mr. Levy also clerked for Wylie, McBride, Platten, and Renner, and focused on public sector labor law, helping to improve working conditions for local fire fighters, nurses, and doctors.
Throughout these experiences, Mr. Levy has maintained a commitment to strengthening the labor movement and helping to improve the livelihoods of all working Americans.