Reisenfeld & Associates LPA, LLC, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based legal services provider to the mortgage banking industry, recently announced the addition of Sarah E. Leibel as associate litigation counsel. Before joining Reisenfeld & Associates, Ms. Leibel law clerked for the firm while she attended law school. While clerking at our firm, Ms. Leibel researched various legal topics in the field of foreclosure and creditors rights and also drafted and prepared Motions for Summary Judgment, Briefs in Opposition, Appellate Briefs and Research Memoranda.

Ms. Leibel also held internship positions with the Kenton County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office and the Indiana State General Assembly, Senate. Ms. Leibel received her J.D. from the University of Cincinnati in 2011 and is admitted to practice law in the State of Ohio.

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