Theodore Levine and Kenneth Cole Honored at 38th Annual Servant of Justice Award Dinner
FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2009
Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman with Alan Levine, Chairman of The Legal Aid Society; Theodore A. Levine, President and 2009 Servant of Justice honoree; and Steven Banks, Attorney-in-Chief.

Theodore A. Levine, President of The Legal Aid Society and Of Counsel at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, and Kenneth Cole, Chairman of the Board and Chief Creative Officer of Kenneth Cole Productions, Inc., and Chairman of amfAR, Foundation for AIDS Research, were honored last night by The Legal Aid Society during the 32nd annual Servant of Justice Award Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria.

Alan Levine, Chairman of the Board, presided over the evening's festivities. Martin Lipton of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, served as chairman of the dinner. Ted Levine received the Servant of Justice Award, which was presented by Patricia M. Hynes, President of The New York City Bar Association and a former Chairperson of the Society. Harry Belafonte was on hand to present the award to Kenneth Cole. Funds raised through this event support the Society's Civil Practice that provides free legal services to the most vulnerable New Yorkers including senior citizens, chronically ill or disabled children and adults, survivors of domestic violence, immigrants, low-wage or unemployed workers, persons living with HIV/AIDS, and homeless or imminently homeless children and adults.