Brandon Levin is a joint-degree JD/MBA candidate at the Yale Law School and Harvard Business School. He is interested in how governments can better leverage technology and data to drive economic development, combat inequality, and make smarter policy.
Before law school, Brandon spent two years completing postgraduate work in the United Kingdom as a Keasbey Scholar. His research focused on the role of public-private partnerships in digital infrastructure provision, and he authored a report for London City Hall on municipal use of open data. At Yale Law, Brandon is a student director of the Education Adequacy Project Clinic and a member of the Peter Gruber Rule of Law Clinic, where he works on national security and is on a team representing the NAACP on matters related to the 2020 Census. He is also an editor of the Yale Law Journal and a managing editor of the Yale Law & Policy Review. He has interned at the White House National Economic Council (Obama Administration), the ACLU of Southern California, Newark City Hall for then-Mayor Cory Booker, and McKinsey & Company.
Brandon received his M.Phil. in Public Policy from the University of Cambridge (2016), an M.Sc. in Global Governance and Diplomacy from the University of Oxford (2015), and a B.A. in Ethics, Politics & Economics from Yale College (2014), where he was student body president.