Aurora B. Levinson



Born and raised in Mexico City, Aurora attended college at the Tecnologico de Monterrey. She then moved to New Orleans, where she attended graduate school and law school at Tulane University. Prior to joining the firm, Aurora worked with other prestigious workers’ compensation and civil litigation defense firms.

While at Tulane Law School, Aurora received the Pro Bono award for her work defending victims of domestic abuse. She also worked as a student attorney for Tulane’s prestigious Environmental Law Clinic, where she got an early exposure to working with high-profile case. Additionally, Aurora was a member of the school’s Law Journal. In her spare time, Aurora volunteered with different organizations in the New Orleans area to aid in the rebuilding effort after Hurricane Katrina.

I love my work, and I strive to infuse that in my interactions with clients. I believe one of the most important things in law is to keep our clients well-informed, and to make sure they understand the law and their exposure. This allows us to work as a team and prepare the best strategy for each individual claim—be it litigation or negotiation. Communication is essential, and I provide prompt attention and advice to my clients whenever they need it. I realize that every claim is different, and I can be counted on to identify and pay attention to its details.

Working on Lego sets, going on hikes, reading, exploring new places with my family, playing D&D, and learning to play the drums.

  • Washington State Bar
  • Oregon State Bar
  • “2022 Significant Decisions and What They Mean” co-presented at Washington Claims School, November 30, 2023.