Clayton Leonard received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Toledo College of Law. In addition to attending the University of California at Berkeley, he graduated from Brigham Young University and received his  Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. He played rugby at Cal and BYU and, as co-captain, lead BYU to its first ever National Championship title game in 2006.

While attending law school, he participated in various organizations and leadership positions, including Vice President of the American Bar Association Law School Division and President of the J. Reuben Clark Law Club. He received the Pro Bono Award for Outstanding Service in the area of estate planning and family law by assisting under-privileged clients in the Toledo area with simple wills, powers of attorney, and pro se divorce clinics. Mr. Leonard received the highest ranking in his Advanced Appellate Advocacy class during law school.

In his spare time, Clayton enjoys spending time with his wife Susan and four young children Hailey, Grant, Kimberly, and Amanda. He enjoys golfing, hiking, camping, paddle-boarding, surfing, scuba-diving, and cage diving with great white sharks in Mexico.

Clayton is licensed to practice law in the States of Nevada and Hawaii and is a WealthCounsel member.