Rob Levin has extensive experience in nonprofit organization legal matters, land conservation transactions and related tax issues.  Over the last nine years, he has consulted for the Land Trust Alliance and has represented several Maine land trusts, including Coastal Mountains Land Trust, Loon Echo Land Trust, and York Land Trust.  Rob has spoken at many conferences, including the Land Trust Alliance Rally and the Maine Land Trust Network Conference, and has written several papers on conservation issues in Tax Notes, the Land Trust Alliance’s Exchange, and NYU’s Environmental Law Journal.

Rob graduated from Haverford College in 1996 and from New York University Law School in 2001.  After law school, he served for one year as a judicial clerk to Magistrate Judge John Facciola at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.

On a personal note, Rob and his wife Sarah walked to Maine from Maryland in the Fall of 2002 for their honeymoon.  In the Spring and Summer of 2012, Rob, Sarah, and their 5-year-old daughter bicycled a 2,001-mile loop around Maine, Atlantic Canada, and Quebec.  He is an avid kayaker, hiker, and baseball fan.  Rob currently serves as a volunteer board member of Portland Trails and the Friends School of Portland.

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