Leta is a frequent speaker at local and national legal conferences, including the 2010 International Association of Defense Counsel Corporate Counsel College. She also served on the faculty of the 2010 International Association of Defense Counsel Trial Academy at Stanford University, and is a volunteer and speaker for the National Panhellenic Conference's "Something of Value" program. This program is intended to provide a values based-approach to risk management education for collegians. The program affords her the opportunity to speak at college campuses across the country on a variety of issues facing young college women today, including hazing, harassment, substance abuse, and personal safety.   

Examples of some of her other presentations include the following:

Speaker and Author, "Using Effective Remedies to Combat Rambo Litigation," How to Deal with the Rambo Litigator, National Business Institute (December 2015)

Speaker and Author, "Current Trends in Insurance Coverage & Litigation of Construction Defect Litigation," Construction Defect and Dispute Conference (September 2015)

Author and Moderator, "What Civil Court Judges Want You to Know" (October 2010)

Speaker and Author, "Preserving Attorney-Client Privilege and Controlling Discovery," IADC Corporate Counsel College (April 2010)

Author and Moderator, IADC Webinar: "Attorney-Client Privilege: How In-House Counsel and Multi-National Companies Can Protect Privileged Conversations" (January 2009)

Author and Moderator, "What Civil Court Judges Want You to Know" (May 2008)

Speaker and Co-Author, "Construction Law and Litigation, Casualty Insurance and Product Liability, Defective Products Incorporated into a Construction Project: Who's Left Holding the Bag?" IADC Midyear Meeting (2006)

Speaker and Co-Author, "Getting Your Evidence and Expert Testimony Admitted into Court in Oregon," National Business Institute (2005)