Leah is a policy attorney at Children’s Law Center. A recent graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Law, Leah joined the policy team after having worked as both a policy law clerk and a policy fellow. Prior to coming to law school and joining CLC, Leah was an ice cream store manager for Mitchell Brother’s Ice Cream in Cleveland Ohio and credits her time there for inspiring her to pursue law school as a means to make a difference in young people’s lives. During law school, Leah had numerous experiences that have helped inform her work including time with the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati in both their Guardian Ad Litem program and their Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic. Leah has received recognition for her commitment to public interest work including the University of Cincinnati College of Law Public Service Award, CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Access to Justice, and CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Child Protective Advocacy. In Summer of 2020, Leah was a Squire Patton Boggs Public Policy Fellow.
University of Cincinnati College of Law, JD
Case Western Reserve University, BA, Political Science and International Studies