Jessica Levinson

Jessica Levinson

Professor, LMU's Loyola Law School in Los Angeles

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Jessica Levinson is a professor at LMU's Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. Jessica is also the director of Loyola's Public Service Institute, the co-director of Loyola's Journalist Law School, and the past president of the Los Angeles Ethics Commission. 

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