Leah J. Stevenson
Leah Stevenson was born in Chardon, Ohio, and is a lifelong resident of Northeast Ohio. Leah obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Grove City College and then received her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Upon graduating from law school, Leah began her career as an assistant prosecutor in the Lake County Prosecutor's Office. She went on to work for the Geauga County Prosecutor's Office after which she pursued private practice. Leah's primary areas of practice are criminal defense and domestic relations/family law. Leah is a member of the Geauga and Lake County Bar Associations. She currently serves on the Board of Forbes House in Lake County. In her spare time, Leah can often be found at one of the local parks with her two rescue dogs.
Michael A. Wagner
After graduating from Riverside High School in Painesville, Ohio, Attorney Michael A. Wagner attended Ohio University, Ohio's oldest university, where he graduated with his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Criminology. Michael went on to pursue his Juris Doctorate degree at The Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. During his time in law school, Michael became an editor for The Thomas M. Cooley Law Review, and was given the merit award for his abilities in Advanced Writing. Michael graduated Cum Laude in 2011 after which he passed the Michigan Bar Examination. Michael passed the Ohio bar in 2013 and was sworn in the same year. Michael is currently Vice President of the Cardinal Connections Chapter of BNI and has been a Lakeland Community College Real Estate Law Instructor since 2013.