Leah earned her law degree, cum laude, from Marquette University Law School, along with completing the necessary requirements for the Sports Law Certificate. While attending law school, she worked as a research assistant for Professors Peter Rofes and Matthew Mitten, was vice president of the Sports Law Intramural Negotiation Competition, member of the Marquette Sports Law Review, and runner-up at the 2017 National Baseball Arbitration Competition. Leah also worked for the United States Olympic Committee as a law clerk during the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Additionally, Leah earned the CALI Award for Future Excellence in the following classes: Trust & Estates, Professional Sports Law, Trial Advocacy I Workshop, Sports Sponsorship Workshop, and Representing Professional Athletes & Coaches Workshop.
Prior to law school, Leah earned her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations with a Specialization in Latin American & Caribbean Studies from Michigan State University. In her spare time, Leah enjoys swimming and competing in triathlons. Among her most notable achievements are qualifying for USAT nationals and finishing the Racine Half Ironman.