Anne Levinson

Retired Judge
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Judge Anne Levinson is known for her work on women’s equity in athletics at KU as well as her career as a public official, judge, WNBA team owner, civic leader and advocate for social justice. Named by the Topeka Capital Journal in 2013 as a Kansan of Distinction, Levinson received her bachelor’s degree in political science from KU, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1980.

Judge Anne Levinson is known for her work on women’s equity in athletics at KU as well as her career as a public official, judge, WNBA team owner, civic leader and advocate for social justice. Named by the Topeka Capital Journal in 2013 as a Kansan of Distinction, Levinson received her bachelor’s degree in political science from KU, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1980. - See more at: http://news.ku.edu/alumni-receive-top-award-college-liberal-arts-science...

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