Levin & Gann, P.A. proudly announces its 100th anniversary. Over its 100-year existence, the firm has grown from a practice focused on criminal law to a pre-eminent, mid-sized organization representing local, regional, national and international clients in virtually all areas of the law.
It was in 1915 when Ellis Levin, a 20-year-old Russian immigrant, was admitted to the Maryland bar. However, because the admission age for eligibility to practice before Maryland courts was 21, Levin spent a “gap” year as a barber before starting his legal career. Once his practice began, Levin’s criminal defense acumen brought him much success. That success led both his son, Calman (“Cal”) Levin, and his son-in-law, Stanford Gann Sr., to join his practice in the 1950s.
“We are proud of our Maryland heritage and have stayed rooted and loyal to that legacy, even as we expand the reach of our practice into areas we never dreamed of 10 or 20 years ago. We work hard and constantly stay abreast of new developments in the law and its practice. We plan and hope to be here for another 100 years,” said Stanford Gann Sr., one of Levin & Gann’s founding principals.