Levi Huston harnesses creative thinking and a healthy measure of competitive moxie to help his clients overcome the difficult problems that have brought them to Cranfill Sumner LLP. Based in Wilmington, Levi’s practice is concentrated in civil and criminal litigation. Levi is focused on getting to the right resolution, whether that means strategic settlement outside of a courtroom or thoughtful advocacy inside one.

With a background in a diverse set of practice areas, Levi has helped resolve cases that involve everything from business torts to felony drug charges and has experience at every stage of the litigation process. A strong emphasis on legal research and writing in Levi’s practice has served his clients well. Some of the notable results this emphasis has helped generate are the dismissal of counterclaims in a minority shareholder dispute and the exclusion of evidence in a domestic relations matter based on federal and state wiretapping laws.*

Levi’s passion for the practice of law began after his freshman year of college when he began working at a law office. He continued to work in law firms while finishing his bachelor’s degree in economics. To sharpen his legal skills during law school, Levi served as the president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, was a member of the Moot Court Board, Trial Advocacy Association, and Alternative Dispute Resolution Society, worked as a law clerk for multiple law firms, and interned at the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court for Prince William County, Virginia.

Born and raised in Virginia, Levi developed a love for the great outdoors while exploring the Shenandoah Valley throughout his youth. He shares this appreciation for the outdoors with his wife, Emilee, and his dog, Ollie.


*Cases or matters referenced do not represent the attorney’s entire record. Each case is unique and must be evaluated on its own merits. The outcome of a particular case cannot be predicated upon a lawyer’s or a law firm’s past results.

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