An expert in sales and trading, asset and wealth management, Sonia K. Han Levovitz has been on the path to become a lawyer since college. Today, she is very happy where she is, and loves the firm and wants to continue to do her job as well as she can every day. Since 2006, Ms. Levovitz has been the managing director/senior vice president and of general counsel of equity derivatives at Jefferies Group LLC in New York, as well as a secretary for Jefferies Investment Advisers LLC since 2010. Her company is an American multinational independent investment bank and financial services company, which provides clients with capital markets and financial advisory services, institutional brokerage, securities research and asset management. This includes mergers and acquisitions, restructuring and other financial advisory services. According to Dealogic, Jefferies is the ninth-largest investment bank in the world by revenue.
Prior to the start of her professional career, Ms. Levovitz pursued a formal education at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, earning a Bachelor of Arts in 1992. She then attended the New York University (NYU) School of Law, where she attained a JD in 1995. NYU School of Law is committed to enrolling a student body from a broad spectrum of society, with the strongest combination of qualifications and the greatest potential to contribute to the diversity and dynamism of the law school community. Since graduating, Ms. Levovitz was admitted to practice law in the States of New York and New Jersey in 1996.
Ms. Levovitz attributes her success to her hard work and perseverance.