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Providing Legal Services

We love helping people and strengthening our community.



What We Do

Levy Armstrong is not just a typical law firm. We pride ourselves on being in tune with the needs of our individual clients, as well as identifying systemic issues and patterns that are producing inequity and discrimination. Our lawyers have fought to change laws and policies that have disparately impacted people of color and those who are most vulnerable.

Our Legal Process

When we meet with clients and prospective clients, we work to pinpoint the precise legal issues they are facing and to identify both legal and nonlegal solutions. We are dedicated advocates, problem solvers, and attentive to the needs of our clients.

Meet Our Founder

A passionate advocate for justice; a lawyer for the people


Nekima Levy-Pounds is a civil rights attorney, national expert on racial justice, former law professor, activist, and legal scholar. She previously served as a Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas Law School for thirteen years, where she founded and directed the Community Justice Project, an award-winning civil rights legal clinic.


Nekima’s work has been featured in Associated Press, Crisis Magazine, MIC.com, Huffington Post, MinnPost, and the Star Tribune, to name a few. She has appeared on national news outlets such as CNN, PBS, Democracy Now, Al Jazeera America, News One, and HuffPost Live.

Nekima is owner and principal consultant of Black Pearl, LLC, a multi-faceted company that provides business consulting, talent management, and media management services. 


In 2017, she was named 100 People to Know by Twin Cities Business. In 2016, she received the Distinguished Service Award from the Governor’s Commission on Martin Luther King Day. In 2015, she was named one of “40 Under 40” by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. In 2014, she was named a “Minnesota Attorney of the Year” by Minnesota Lawyer and recognized as one of “50 Under 50 Most Influential Law Professors of Color in the Country” by Lawyers of Color Magazine. She previously served as president of the Minneapolis NAACP, and ran for Mayor of Minneapolis in 2017.