Leigh Anne Newcomer is a mother, student, and long distance wife. She will graduate from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in May of 2017. After graduation, she will work as an associate attorney in the Columbus office of Squire Patton Boggs (US), LLP, in the firm’s corporate practice group
Leigh Anne has many years of experience in the legal field. Before going to law school, Leigh Anne was a paralegal and victim liaison for the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps. Leigh Anne has assisted hundreds of victims of crime and their families with navigating through the military judicial system.
As a third-year law student at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, she brings a different skill set to the Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center. Leigh Anne works alongside OCVJC attorneys in conducting legal research and writing. She provides helpful case analysis and summaries of Ohio criminal and victims’ rights laws. Leigh Anne further assists OCVJC by drafting legal documentation, memoranda, and briefs for attorneys’ use in client cases. Her hard work and enthusiasm in tackling tough legal issues is always appreciated.
Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center is grateful for Leigh Anne’s invaluable assistance this spring and wishes her the very best of luck in her future endeavors!