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Meet the Jewish Seminary Chair Suing Nazis in Charlottesville

The Forward
November 23, 2021

"Alan Levine was schmoozing with friends at the Conservative Synagogue of the Hamptons in the summer of 2017, two weeks after the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, when he first heard of a plan to sue the far-right organizers.

Robbie Kaplan, the celebrity litigator and a longtime friend, announced that she wanted to take the antisemites behind the deadly event to court. And she thought Levine would be an excellent addition to the team."

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