The September issue of Plaintiff Magazine — a publication for attorneys who specialize in representing plaintiffs — features a profile of Partner Leslie Levy. The article describes some of Leslie’s early victories, such as two major disability cases she brought against BART in the early 1980s that transformed the way that stations are set up. There are also descriptions of a few of Leslie’s more recent successes, including her recent representation of Tyann Sorrell who brought claims relating to her sexual harassment by the Dean of the UC Berkeley law school, and the $2.3 million verdict that she won on behalf of a firefighter who brought whistleblower and disability discrimination claims against the Vallejo Fire Department. In talking about the reasons she became a lawyer, Leslie explains that she wanted to help people and affect change. Given her illustrious career, the description of Leslie as a “legendary crusader for civil rights, the disabled and victims of discrimination” is certainly well-deserved.