Robert Levin is a personal injury and commercial litigation lawyer with Robert O. Levin Law Office. Bob is very active in his professional community. He is currently the Yale County representative to the Canadian Bar Association, B.C. branch, where he stays up to date with current legal professional issues, occasionally lobbies local MLA’s, and participates as a volunteer lawyer at the annual Pro Bono Clinic in Kelowna.
Bob believes in the importance of giving back to the community. Bob is a past president and Board member for The Bridge Youth and Family Services Society. Bob has been a Board member of The Bridge since 1984. He is a member and past president of the Okanagan Jewish Community Association, and supervised the construction of the OJCA’s current home building in Kelowna in 1992. He has also served on the Sunshine Theater Board and School District #23 Racism Free Committee.
Bob’s fitness passion is Karate. He is an instructor at the City of Kelowna Parkinson Recreation Centre for youth advanced karate.