Stewart Levitt is a lawyer, social commentator and urbane humourist.
A tough and effective Sydney lawyer with a cutting-edge litigation practice, Stewart Levitt is as confronting an advocate of his personal views and principles as he is reputed to be in the practice of law.
Levitt had poetry published in his teens, and in the intervening decades he has been appointed as a member of the NSW Equal Opportunity Tribunal, and while operating a busy city law firm, has written columns for suburban newspapers.
Levitt has been an advocate for causes including, ‘Let my People Stay’, for Chinese students in Australia seeking refugee status after the Tiananmen Square uprising, for the Anti-Apartheid Movement and latterly, for equality for Aborigines under the Criminal Law and equal legal protection. Levitt has a particular interest in Middle East politics.
He is particularly effective as both an MC and debate facilitator. Stewart's witty, engaging and well crafted presentations are highly recommended.
Stewart Levitt travels from New South Wales Australia