Although aspiring to practice within the Intellectual Property field, Sara Leonhartsberger has focused her Cincinnati Law Review blog articles on individual rights in Ohio's criminal justice system and her main article on human rights violations within the chocolate industry. Some of her blog articles discuss whether the exceptions to the 4th Amendment's exclusionary rule have consumed the exclusionary rule itself, and whether a violation of a criminal defendant's 6th Amendment right to a public trial requires a new trial as a remedy. Her main article discusses avenues of liability to reach the enabling conduct of American chocolate producers that perpetuates child slave labor on cocoa farms in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision in Nestle USA, Inc. v. Doe et al. (2021). While her life-long hobbies of reading and creative writing have influenced her desire to work as an Intellectual Property lawyer, her Law Review topics reflect her desire that the American criminal justice system to be shaped into one that provides justice for all instead of justice for a select few.