Nathan Leber-Research Editor

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Nate Leber is a third-year student and Research Editor for the Law Review.  Nate earned his undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from Bowling Green State University.  Prior to attending law school, Nate served as a parole officer for the State of Ohio.  In this position, Nate supervised felony-level, gang-oriented offenders released into the Cleveland community from the state prison system.  During law school, Nate earned the High A in Commercial Law, Evidence, Civil Procedure, and Legal Writing.  Publication of his Note, “Solving a Pleading Plague:  Why Federal Courts Should Strike Insufficient Affirmative Defenses Under the Twombly-Iqbal Plausibility Standard," is forthcoming in the Cleveland State Law Review.  Last summer, Nate worked as a Summer Associate at Squire Sanders.  He has accepted a full-time offer to join the firm as an associate following graduation.

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