Levi A. Taylor, J.D.
Levi founded Levi Abram Law in 2020. He grew up in Winkler, attending Parkland Elementary and graduating from Garden Valley Collegiate. After high school, he attended the University of Manitoba, where he focused all of his attention on gaining admission to the Faculty of Law. In 2017, Levi received his Juris Doctorate from Robson Hall, Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba and was called to the Manitoba Bar in 2018.
Levi has a demonstrated interest in a broad-range of legal topics. From Employment to Real Estate and Litigation to Corporate, he is prepared to tackle whatever legal issue his clients might have. During law school, Levi gained hands-on experience with the University of Manitoba Community Law Centre, where he advocated for clients facing criminal charges. He also worked as a student researcher at the Canadian Labour Congress at its national headquarters in Ottawa, Ontario. There, he conducted research identifying the differences in labour and employment legislation across Canadian jurisdictions. Upon returning to Manitoba, Levi worked with Mr. Gavin Wood, current Vice-Chair of the Manitoba Labour Board. He also completed two internships while in law school: Veritas Hockey - a boutique player representation firm based in Grand Forks, N.D. and Minneapolis, M.N. - and the Manitoba U18 AAA Hockey League.
In practice, Levi helps clients navigate a variety of legal challenges, such as land purchases and sales, corporate matters, employment issues, contract disputes, and wills and estates. Levi strives to maintain an open-door policy with his clients, inviting them to call or drop by the office to get an update or chat about life.
Outside the office, Levi is the Commissioner of the Manitoba U18 AAA Hockey League, Chair of the Plum Coulee Community Foundation, and a member of the Pembina Valley Referee Development Committee.