Isabella Leavitt is a fifth-generation Arizonan, and was born and raised in Tucson. She attended Arizona State University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Transborder Chicano/a Latino/a Studies and Political Science. Isabella’s passion for government and law grew from her early experiences at Arizona State University where she worked for several political campaigns and lawmakers. She then went on to study law at Georgetown University Law Center, where she graduated in 2017.
She is an Assistant Attorney General in the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, working in the Criminal and Civil Litigation and Advice Section of the Child and Family Protection Division. Prior to this, Isabella was an associate at the Polsinelli PC law firm, was focused on litigation involving loan enforcement, bankruptcy, breaches of contract, and business torts. Isabella also has experience in toxic tort defense and analyzing various insurance policies for coverage claims. Her clients included companies of all sizes and ranges of industries, including financial services, healthcare, technology, and manufacturing, among others. In addition to this, Isabella has represented individuals on a pro bono basis, volunteering with several organizations including the Volunteer Lawyers Program, the Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project, and the Arizona Justice Project.
Isabella has two rescue dogs and enjoys baking, hiking, and running.
Isabella’s love of the Ballet stems from her love of music. Growing up, Isabella played the piano, sang in many choirs including the Tucson Girls Chorus, and was classically trained in voice. She was first introduced to Ballet by attending the Nutcracker, and since then has loved attending both traditional and more modern performances.