Leah C. Schwartz is an associate in the Cheyenne office. She represents corporate, municipal, and individual clients in a wide variety of civil litigation matters.
Leah earned her law degree Order of the Coif from the University of Wyoming College of Law. In her second year, she was named an inaugural Clarence A. Brimmer Scholar. Later she served as Student Director of John M. Burman’s Legal Services Clinic and received the Outstanding Clinical Student award. She also published a case note, Blood as Best Interests: The Wyoming Supreme Court Expands Associational Rights and the Preference for Kinship Placement, 11 Wyo. L. Rev. 549 (2011).
Leah is a current member of the Ewing T. Kerr Chapter of the American Inns of Court and is an honorary member of the Wyoming Access to Justice Commission. She also serves as an alumni interviewer of local Stanford applicants.
Before law school, Leah worked in marketing and led backpacking trips for the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS). She is a fourth-generation Wyomingite and loves to explore the state with her husband, Brad.