Networking/Social Committee Co-Chair
Leah Min is an associate of King & Spalding’s Washington, D.C. office, where she is a member of the Government Matters practice group. Her legal practice focuses on regulatory and environmental compliance issues, in the course of which she represents automotive manufacturing clients in diverse environmental counseling. She spends the bulk of her time advising on complex federal and state government agency investigations, internal technical investigations, and developing, implementing, and advising on compliance programs.
Leah received her J.D. from the Temple University Beasley School of Law and is a proud alumna of Haverford College. The motto: “Kill Quakers kill.” Before she proudly joined big law, Leah spent three years as an expatriate living in Asia, consulting for international businesses on topics such as business formation, compliance, and immigration issues. Prior to that, Leah lived in Germany and still maintains fluency in the German language. Despite her professional affinity toward cars, Leah remains an avid cyclist and cycling advocate. She also enjoys romps with her pet Rottweiler, Cayenne.
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