Whitney Jackson Levin

11 Terry Court, Suite A, Staunton, VA 24401
whitney@millerlevin.com
(540) 885-8146

Whitney Jackson Levin started practicing law in the Shenandoah Valley area in 2006 after completing a two year clerkship with the Honorable Jerome B. Friedman in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Norfolk, VA. Whitney is a native of Waynesboro, VA and a graduate of Waynesboro High School. She now resides in Staunton with her husband and two children.

Whitney practices as a business and real estate attorney. Her specialties include but are not limited to real estate matters, both residential and complex commercial transactions, corporate transactions, including formation of entities and acquiring and selling businesses, and estate planning.

Whitney is admitted to practice in Virginia and was named by the Virginia Business Magazine as one of
Virginia’s Legal Elite in 2007 through 2011 and featured by the magazine as the Profile for Real Estate in 2011.

PRACTICE AREAS: Real Estate Law; Land Use; Wills, Trusts and Estates; Business Law

EDUCATION: Pennsylvania State University (B.A. Phi Beta Kappa, 1997);
University of Tennessee College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2004)

ADMITTED TO PRACTICE: Virginia (2004)

COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIPS & AWARDS:
Virginia’s Legal Elite, Featured as Profile for Real Estate, Virginia Business Magazine (2011)
Virginia’s Legal Elite, Virginia Business Magazine (2007-2011)
Augusta Bar Association (Past President)
Virginia Bar Association Real Estate Council (Council Member)
Virginia State Bar Real Property Section Board of Governors (Member)
Association of Young Professionals of Augusta County, Inc. (Past President)
Historic Staunton Foundation Board of Directors (Member)

 

 

 

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