Community Association Law, Real Estate, Circuit Court Mediator
Bryan B. Levine, Esq., is an alumnus of the Florida State University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Traditional Economics. While at Florida State, Bryan was a member of the International Honor Society of Economics and was also a brother of the Chi Phi Fraternity, where he held leadership roles. He later earned his Juris Doctor from New England Law | Boston.
While in law school, Bryan spent two+ years working for a well-known real estate law firm dealing primarily in “short sale” negotiations and residential closings and refinances. After moving back to the Tampa Bay area where he grew up, Bryan gained invaluable experience in the consumer protection arena by working with bankruptcy and foreclosure defense firms. This knowledge has greatly impacted his ability to work well with clients as well as giving him a leg-up as a Plaintiff’s attorney in foreclosure litigation.
Bryan was admitted to the Florida Bar in May of 2011 and immediately joined a prominent law firm almost exclusively representing community associations until he stepped out on his own as a co-founding shareholder of Knox Levine, P.A. His position as an associate at the prior firm provided the opportunity to gain a wealth of knowledge in the handling of all legal matters surrounding the community association, from document interpretation and enforcement to litigation, where he handled roughly 3,000 court hearings. He has also written multiple articles for different community association educational organizations and real estate associations. Bryan was also previously a Title Attorney with Attorneys’ Title Fund Services, LLC.
Bryan is an active Board-member of the Community Association Institute’s Suncoast Chapter. He was also selected to Super Lawyer’s “Rising Stars” in 2019, 2020 and 2021 based on peer review and other research. In his spare time, Bryan enjoys golfing and spending time with his wife and their two boys. He is also a die-hard Seminoles fan.