Leah focuses her practice on complex civil litigation, primarily representing clients in construction, trucking, product liability, and premises liability matters. Her background includes counseling and defending clients on a range of general liability claims involving commercial law, patent infringement, employment law, federal and state regulatory compliance, and civil rights litigation under section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act. Leah received her bachelor’s in English with a minor in Cognitive Neuroscience from Temple University before going on to earn her Juris Doctor from Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law. As a law student, she served on the Drexel Law Moot Court Executive Board and as a Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Teaching Fellow. Leah is a member of the Philadelphia division of the Temple American Inn of Court, and serves as judge pro tempore in the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia.