Coryne E.G. Levine is an attorney practicing in Swift Currie’s litigation section, defending businesses and insurers against claims related to commercial litigation, sexual abuse, governmental liability, premises liability, automobile litigation and construction law.
Before beginning her law career, Coryne developed her business acumen as a sales and operations analyst for a large wholesale distributor, which she utilizes to gain a comprehensive view of both the fiscal and intangible priorities of her clients. With a service-oriented and client-centric approach to litigation, Coryne’s main objective is to gather a deep understanding of her clients’ goals and develop an effective and efficient plan of action to create a successful pathway to their desired outcome.
Transparency and communication are two pillars of Coryne’s practice. A dedicated advocate, she works creatively and listens with an open mind to the needs of her clients. Operating at a level that aligns with her core values, Coryne strives to create personalized experiences and strategies for each of her clients.
Coryne earned her J.D. from Texas A&M University School of Law. While in law school, Coryne clerked for an international law firm, as well as the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Eastern District of Texas and the Texas 2nd Court of Appeals. She also participated in the law school’s Entrepreneurship Law Clinic, where she counseled small businesses on liability issues. Prior, she received a B.B.A. in administrative management from Texas A&M University.
- Loudder Medal of Excellence (Texas A&M College of Business, May 2017)
- Excellence in Citizenship Award (113th United States Congress, June 2013)
- Young Alumni section of the 12th Man Foundation for Texas A&M
- Atlanta Texas A&M Club
State Bar of Georgia
One of Coryne’s life goals is to visit all seven continents, four of which have already been crossed off of her list. She also enjoys white water rafting and antiquing. She visits the 127 Yard Sale, the world’s longest yard sale, almost every year.
- Webinar, 12.13.2022
Texas A&M University School of Law (J.D., 2021)
Texas A&M University (B.B.A., 2018)