Sondra R. Levine is the assistant general counsel for the aerospace business unit of UTC Aerospace Systems. UTC Aerospace Systems is a $12 billion, international company specializing in the design and manufacturing of parts for commercial, regional and military aircraft. In her role as assistant general counsel for aerostructures, Levine supports the business’ operations in California, Alabama, Florida, Texas, Washington, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, People’s Republic of China, Scotland, Singapore, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
In addition to her work at UTC Aerospace Systems, Levine finds that teaching for the University of Phoenix allows her to combine her love of business and her passion for the law. There, Levine teaches business law courses on topics such as business formation/dissolution, the relationship between business and the legal environment, business situations for tort liability and defenses, the social responsibility of business practices, contracts and commerce, employment law, securities regulations and investor protections, and the laws protecting intellectual property. Levine is well-liked by her students and well-regarded by her colleagues.
Levine has been honored as one of Twenty Women Who Move San Diego by San Diego Metro Magazine. She has also been highlighted in The Daily Transcript’s Annual Law Week publication for her work in employment law. Levine has published multiple articles in the Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, the Minnesota State Bar Publication, Hearsay, and various law firm and defense bar publications. She has also been a featured speaker at the San Diego Society of Human Resource Management’s Law Day Conference, and the Hoyle Cohen Executive Women’s Forum.
Levine is a member of the San Diego Defense Lawyers Association, the Welsh Inn of Court, and Lawyers Club of San Diego. This year, Levine is co-chairing the Lawyers Club Student Committee. This role keeps Levine active in the San Diego legal community and involved at the law schools. Levine also mentors several law students and, when time permits, offers her time as a volunteer judge for law school mock trial and moot court competitions.
Levine also volunteers as a mediator in community disputes for North County Life Line and the Small Claims Court. She has completed extensive training focusing on mediation and negotiation, earning certificates with the American Arbitration Association and credentialing through the National Conflict Resolution Center.
Levine is a graduate of the University of San Diego School of Law. She is married and is the mother of two daughters: Addison, age 6, and Charlotte, 8 months.
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|Nominations Open||September 11|
|Nominations Close||October 31|
|Nominees Published||November 8|
|Finalists Notified||November 11|
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