Leah Nadel is a native Houstonian and aspiring health care attorney.
Leah earned her B.A. from Drew University in Biology, where she pursued clinical research in pediatric orthopedics. Leah was an honors student who was accepted into Phi Beta Kappa her junior year.
As an evening law student, Leah has worked full-time specializing in medical malpractice, insurance defense, and intellectual property. She is completing both her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center and her M.P.H. in health management from the University of Texas Health Science Center. In law school, Leah focused on health care law. She also served as the Outreach Coordinator for the Houston Journal of Health Law and Policy, and had her article on the public health ramifications of regenerative medicine regulation published in the 2021 edition of that same journal. In addition to clerking at NBWT, Leah currently serves as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Judge Jeffrey Brown in the United States District Court – Southern District of Texas.