About: Leah M. Baldacci, Esq.

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Leah M. Baldacci, Esq., joined LIF after several years practicing law as a civil litigation and trial attorney in Augusta, Maine. A native Mainer, Leah has deep experience representing individuals seeking to vindicate their rights, and maintained an active litigation practice encompassing motion practice, interim hearings, discovery, depositions, mediations, trial preparations, and final hearings. Active in community and Bar Association activities, Leah donated hundreds of hours of pro bono representation. She graduated from the University of Maine Law School, summa cum laude; and she earned her undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Southern Maine. Leah lives with her husband, Jack, who is also a litigation attorney.




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Story of Smith College “Critical Race Theory” Whistleblower Jodi Shaw Goes National

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Posted by    Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 5:30pm 11/10/2020 at 5:30pm
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Two weeks ago, we blogged about Jodi Shaw, the whistleblower from Smith College who called out Smith College for offensive and abusive Critical Race Theory indoctrination for staff:

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Smith College whistleblower hits campus Critical Race Theory indoctrination: “Stop reducing my personhood to a racial category”

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Smith College is a very leftist women鈥檚 college in central Massachusetts. As with many colleges and universities around the country, it is implementing Critical Race Theory (鈥淐RT鈥) training, including how students, faculty, administrators, and staff should deal with their 鈥渨hite privilege.鈥

One staff member has just gone public, revealing the insulting and...

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Big Student Free Speech Victory in 5th Circuit Against U Texas Speech Policies

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Posted by    Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 7:30pm 10/29/2020 at 7:30pm
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In a victory for campus free speech at the University of Texas, with national implications, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals just issued its decision in favor of plaintiff Speech First, Inc.

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