Leslie is a creative and strategic advocate for clients facing legal challenges involving breaches of contract, shareholder/partnership disputes, real estate concerns, and employment matters both in court and in arbitration. She is rigorous and meticulous in her approach to delivering great outcomes for her clients.
As a law student at the University of Minnesota, Leslie represented clients in the Employment Law Clinic as they challenged unemployment insurance determinations. In addition, she mentored first-year law students in the nationally recognized Law in Practice experiential learning class. After earning Best Oralist in her Civil Rights/Civil Liberties Moot Court section, Leslie served as Managing Student Director for the Moot Court, teaching students appellate advocacy and organizing the Maynard Pirsig Honors Oral Competition.
Leslie examined cutting edge arbitration issues as a research assistant for Prof. Mitchell Zamoff and published “Proposed Guidelines for Arbitral Disclosure of Social Media Activity” in the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution as second author with Prof. Zamoff.