Angie in Her Own Words
"Angie is a great leader and never backs away from difficult tasks or decisions. She identifies issues and discusses necessary steps in order to resolve them. She encourages people to step forward into leadership roles and to take on as much as they are willing to handle." - 2016 LP Leadership Survey
Angela (Angie) Sebastian-Hickey is the Chief Executive Officer of Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC, where she also is a member of the firm's Executive Committee and Compensation Committee.
Angie oversees all of the firm’s financial and operational functions, including business development, marketing, human resources and technology. She is the chief architect of the firm's client experience strategy, The LP Way™, and is responsible for the strategic development and execution of the firm-wide business plan.
A communication-focused leader, Angie has hosted "Ask Angie" open sessions for many years as a means of offering attorneys and staff meaningful financial and operational updates and providing them the opportunity to give their feedback. Angie’s technical expertise and innovative management style have been catalysts for many of the programs and processes that Levenfeld Pearlstein has implemented. She has developed profitability reporting processes and customized dashboards that facilitate robust project management and places a strong focus on helping the firm's attorneys hone their financial management and project management skills. In addition, Angie also spearheaded the use of partner, client and operational effectiveness surveys that have become a hallmark of Levenfeld Pearlstein, and was instrumental in the development of the firm's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, which is unique among law firms and recognized nationally for its comprehensive nature, integration with firm culture and results-oriented approach.
Angie joined Levenfeld Pearlstein in 1999 as the firm's first Director of Finance and was named Executive Director in 2003. Prior to joining Levenfeld Pearlstein, she spent seven years as accounting manager at an AmLaw 200 firm, and before working in the legal industry, worked in the field of higher education.