Student Bar Association Legislative Branch
Leah Brown Sauceman, 4L Senate
Leah Brown is a 2008 graduate of Tennessee Wesleyan College. She graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Art in Psychology. Leah worked as a Children and Youth Case Manager at Hiwassee Mental Health for two years before beginning law school. She is currently a fourth year law student in the part-time program at Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law. While attending DSOL, Leah has worked for Carter, Harrod & Willhite, PLLC as a law clerk. After graduation, Leah plans to continue her career with her current firm and hopes to practice family law.
Susan Harmon, 4L Senate
LuAnn Hileman, 4L Senate
LuAnn is a 4L, part-time student from Oliver Springs, Tennessee. In 2009, LuAnn received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee, where she majored in economics, graduated magna cum laude, and was honored by the Economics Department as a Top Economics Undergraduate. At Duncan School of Law (DSOL), LuAnn serves as one of the inaugural members of DSOL's Moot Court Board. She also serves as an Associate Editor on the LMU Law Review. In the most recent write-on competition, LuAnn submitted the best paper. As a result, she was extended an invitation to publish before graduation. This past summer, LuAnn worked in the Oak Ridge office of the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands. She was employed through a Summer Corps grant awarded to her by AmeriCorps' Equal Justice Works initiative. After her term of service, LuAnn was recognized nationally by Equal Justice Works for her efforts in the community: http://equaljusticeworks.org/news/blog/hileman. This is LuAnn's first term as an SBA senator, and she is co-chairing the Fundraising Committee with Senator Susan Harmon. LuAnn wants all 4Ls to remember that she is serving you. Please feel free to email her with any questions or concerns (luann.hileman@LMUnet.edu).
Katie Hill, 3L Senate
Jeff Glaspie, 3L Senate
Jeff Glaspie is currently in his third year of Duncan School of Law's part-time program, and a native of Sevier County, Tennessee. He received his undergraduate degree in political science and sociology from East Tennessee State University. Also, Mr. Glaspie has served in the Tennessee Air National Guard for the last eleven years and is currently assigned to the 134th A.R.W. legal affairs office.
Candyce Leeper, 3L Senate
Caroline Bonner, 2L Senate
Caroline Bonner is a second year, full-time law student. She was born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama. Caroline attended the University of Alabama, where she was a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority and served on the Student Government Association. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in General Commerce and Business with a minor in Spanish in 2011. During Caroline’s first year at DSOL, she served on the SBA Rules Committee and is now serving as a Senator for the 2L class.
Wes Brooks, 2L Senate
Wesley Brooks is a second year, full-time law student from Harrogate, TN. He attended East Tennessee State University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. After graduation, Wesley worked as probation and parole officer for the Tennessee Board of Probation and Parole. Wesley and his wife, Jenna, are proud new parents of their first child, Carson. Along with being an SBA Senator, Wesley also is a member of the Duncan School of Law Mock Trial team. Wesley would like to let everyone, current or prospective students, know that they can contact him anytime for questions or advice. Whether it be a question about deciding on a law school, adjusting to law school, or how to balance family and school, Wesley is available to talk any time.
Chris Belford, 2L Senate