Leah Easterby

Leah Rush Easterby has been licensed to practice law since 2007. Leah has focused on legal writing in various practice areas, including topics like arbitration award enforcement, sovereign immunity, and the constitutionality of Texas’s hazing statute. Leah has worked primarily with personal injury plaintiffs and has also helped clients with estate planning, probate matters, and family law disputes.

While attending law school, Leah was Assistant Editor for South Texas Law Review and an active participant in appellate advocacy. In 2006, Leah was awarded a Scribes Legal Writing Award for her appellate brief on international law.

Leah is available for hire by law firms and individuals on a contract basis. Leah is admitted to practice in Texas state court, the Southern District of Texas, and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Articles By Leah Easterby

Can I Get Workers' Comp If I'm Injured While Working From Home?
Working from home has become the new normal for millions of people as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But what happens if you’re injured while working from home?
Enforcement of Business Closure Orders During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Should you stay or should you go? Understand whether your business can legally stay open during the COVID-19 outbreak, and what will happen if you're wrong.
Can I Sue If I'm Harmed by the Coronavirus Vaccine?
What to know before (and after) your coronavirus vaccination when it comes to civil liability for potential harm.
Will Medical Workers' Families Have Wrongful Death Claims for Lack of PPE?
The shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus pandemic could lead to legal claims.
Defamation, Public Officials, and the Media
It's a free country, but did he really just say that? And what does the media risk when they cry out, "But the emperor has no clothes!"?