Leah is a law clerk for the firm’s litigation practice. Leah has over a decade of paralegal experience in civil litigation practice and is well-versed in all aspects of pretrial and trial practice, including case management, document review, discovery, court filings, and legal research. Leah is integral to the firm’s subpoena localization practice, which involves domesticating out-of-state subpoenas on California entities, including large tech and social media companies. Leah’s work on subpoenas has blossomed to include filing motions to quash, motions to compel, and motions for early discovery. Leah’s focus is on the firm’s litigation practice, and she has had much experience in the fields of online defamation (including anonymous defamation), anti-SLAPP motions, trademark and false advertising litigation, and class action litigation.
Prior to joining Kronenberger Rosenfeld, Leah served as a legal assistant at Onda, LaBuhn, Rankin & Boggs Co., LPA in Columbus, Ohio.
Leah graduated magna cum laude from the Ohio State University in March 2006, where she earned a B.A. in History. Leah obtained a Certificate of Paralegal Studies from Kaplan University in October 2008. Leah recently graduated from California’s Study in a Law Office Program under California Rule of Admissions Rule 4.29. Leah is preparing to take the California Bar.