Leah is a prominent figure in the legal profession and owner of leading Indigenous legal practice Marrawah Law. While her practitioner skills were forged in property law, native title and culture heritage matters, her passion has evolved into providing mainstream commercial law services for government, corporates and Indigenous businesses across the country. Leah’s philosophy of doing law differently has been the driving force behind the firm’s growth and national as well as international rankings including the esteemed Chambers guide. Leah continues to be a passionate advocate for the growth of the Indigenous-owned business sector, women in business and a more collaborative form of commercial legal practice that establishes win-win outcomes for all stakeholders. Leah was appointed as an Indigenous expert for the Australian Heritage Council in 2021 and has been recently recognised as Supply Nation Indigenous Businesswoman of the Year 2021, one of the Top 20 Under 40 business entrepreneurs in Australia, Indigenous Legal Practitioner of the Year Nationally and took out the top gong for Excellence at the Women in Law Awards. Marrawah Law was also awarded the Supply Nation Certified Indigenous Business of the Year for 2021.