Nancy Levin was born in Los Angeles, California, May 27, 1947. She attended Beverly Hills High School and obtained her B.A. in 1969 from the University of California at Berkeley. She received her J.D. from University of California, Hastings, College of the Law in 1973.

Before and while attending law school, Ms. Levin was a legal assistant with the firm of Somers and Lenard where she did legal research and writing on administrative law cases. She practiced with the Solano County Legal Assistance program from 1974-1981, serving as Directing Attorney from 1976 to 1981, during which time she participated in state and national committees concerning the administration of non-profit corporations. She left the program in 1981 to live in London, England. After returning to the Bay Area, she handled class action litigation for Solano County Legal Assistance and managed the program from 1987-1988.

Ms. Levin joined Evans, Latham & Campisi in 1989 and became a shareholder in 1999. She specializes in probate administration and litigation.

She is a member of the State Bar of California, the American Bar Association, the Bar Association of San Francisco and California Women Lawyers Association. Ms. Levin also served as the co-chair of the Litigation Subcommittee of the Probate Section of the Bar Association of San Francisco from 1999-2007.

Ms. Levin has lectured on Probate Administration for CEB: Continuing Education for the Bar and The Sterling Group and NBI, Inc. Her publications include:

  • “Alliance Mortgage and the Full Credit Bid Rule: Clarity or More Confusion?”, CEB Real Property Law Reporter, Vol. 18, p. 319


  • “Alliance Mortgage and the Full Credit Bid Rule: Illumination at Last?”, CEB Real Property Law Reporter, Vol. 17, p. 225, October 1994
  • Chapter on Accountings and Surcharge, “California Trust and Probate Litigation”, Continuing Education of the Bar, 1999

Nancy lives in Berkeley, California with her husband. She has an adult son.