Assistant Clinical Professor
Leslie Kramer Associate Clinical Professor
Leslie started at LeBow in 2022 and teaches Business Law I, Entrepreneur Law, Intellectual Property Law, and International Business Law.
Prior to teaching at LeBow, Leslie clerked for the Honorable Russell M. Nigro of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and Timothy R. Rice, U.S. Magistrate Judge in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. She also supervised the Federal Reentry Court Clinic, in which law students provide legal assistance to returning citizens. In between her clerkships, Leslie worked as an associate and partner at Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller in its litigation department.
Publications: Maya Sosnov, Leslie Kramer, Re-envisioning Success: How a Federal Reentry Court Promotes Desistance and Improves Quality of Life, Federal Sentencing Reporter: Federal Community Supervision, June 2022
Do You Have a Viable Claim For, or Are You Liable For, Breach of Fiduciary Duty? ABA Business Torts Journal, Fiduciary Duty Issue, Winter 2010
Helen Casale, Leslie Kramer, and Naomi Mendelsohn, Filing an Action in Pennsylvania to Dissolve a Same–Sex Relationship Created Under the Laws of Another State, Pennsylvania Family Lawyer, October 2009
Education: Brooklyn Law School, J.D. 2000
Villanova University, B.A. 1995
Kramer, Leslie, and Sosnov, Maya, Reenvisioning Success: How a Federal Reentry Court Promotes Desistance and Improves Quality of Life. Federal Sentencing Reporter 34 (Jun 2022):310-17.
JD Law-Brooklyn Law School United States 2000