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Texas Wesleyan University School of Law
University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Licensed in State of Texas
Texas Association of School Boards
Council of School Attorneys
State Bar of Texas
Leah Wingerson is an expert communicator and dedicated attorney with a range of experiences in Texas law, and a deep commitment to Texas public schools.
Leah began her legal career in the Office of the Attorney General of Texas. She then served as in-house counsel for a Texas public school district, where she gained valuable insight on the needs and challenges public school districts face.
Today, Leah focuses her legal practice on the representation of public school districts in the areas of employment law, student discipline, public information requests and other open records issues, and governance.
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