Attorney Greg Lercher was born in Hollywood, Florida and raised in Ft. Lauderdale. In 2008, Greg received his Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Louis, where he majored in Political Science and was Editor-In-Chief of Apex, the College of Arts and Science's interdisciplinary academic journal, and Vice President of the ArtSci Council.
After completing his undergraduate studies, Greg clerked with a civil litigation law firm before matriculating at Stetson University College of Law. While at Stetson, Greg was active in the American Bar Association, having served on Stetson's ABA Executive Board as well as being appointed to several leadership positions in the national organization. Specifically, Greg served terms as the National Law Student Liaison to the ABA Judicial Division, the National Law Student Liaison to the ABA Section of Litigation, and the National Law Student Vice Chair of the ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section.
Prior to joining LeavenLaw, Greg accepted a fellowship with the Legal Aid Society of West Palm Beach, where he assisted victims of domestic violence. Today, Greg primarily practices in LeavenLaw Consumer Law and Complex Litigation Department.
- Washington University in St. Louis, B.A. (Political Science, 2008)
- Apex academic journal, Editor-In-Chief
- ArtSci Council, Vice President
- Phi Alpha Delta
- Each One Teach One, Tutor/Mentor for inner-city children
- Study Abroad: King's College London, England, United Kingdom
- Stetson University College of Law, J.D. (Certificate of Concentration in Advocacy, 2013)
- American Bar Association: the National Law Student Liaison to the ABA Judicial Division; the National Law Student Liaison to the ABA Section of Litigation; and the National Law Student Vice Chair of the ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section
- Bruce R. Jacob Criminal Appellate Inn of Court, Pupil
- Jewish Law Students Association, Executive Board
- Florida Bar, Attorney
- Budget Shortfalls in the Sunshine State Reduce Floridians' Access to Justice, CASA Quarterly, ABA Judicial Division (Summer Issue, 2012).
- The Crisis of Defunding Our Courts and How Our Justice System Is Affected, CASA Quarterly, ABA Judicial Division (Spring Issue, 2012).