Baleigh focuses her practice on efficiently resolving business disputes and protecting business interests, and when necessary, zealously advocating for her clients through each stage of the civil litigation process. Clients value her attention to detail, integrity, transparent communication style, and her ability to zealously advocate for her clients, both in the courtroom, and out of the courtroom.
Baleigh was born in Plano and raised in Abilene - West Texas. During law school at Texas Tech University School of Law, Baleigh was a demonstrated leader in the law school’s advocacy program and competed at multiple national moot court competitions throughout the country, where she also won Best Brief in a national moot court competition. While in law school, Baleigh was elected by her peers, and served, as Vice Chair of Judges on the Executive Board for the Board of Barristers, and President of the Energy Law Interest Group.
Prior to attending law school at Texas Tech University School of Law, Baleigh attended Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, where she received a B.B.A. in Finance and graduated cum laude. While attending Hardin-Simmons University, she was captain of the Varsity Track & Field Team, where she competed as a sprinter in the 100m, 200m, and 400m dash. While in college, she also served as Treasurer for Student Congress, and her sorority, Phi Phi Phi. She also served as Business Editor for the university newspaper.
When Baleigh is not working, she is busy keeping up with her very active toddler son, and husband, who equally share her passion for all things active, high energy, and competitive, including tennis, pickleball, snow skiing, and golf.