Mr. Burleigh is a founding member and chair of Bodman’s Enterprise Procurement Group. Over the past ten years, Mr. Burleigh has negotiated hundreds of agreements with a multitude of vendors representing hundreds of millions of dollars in spend.
Although Mr. Burleigh has negotiated agreements and managed projects across the spectrum of business relationships, he has developed specific expertise in the areas of information technology, securities related agreements, corporate outsourcing, human resources, consulting services, records management, security services and equipment, facilities management, credit and prepaid card agreements, and transportation and logistics. Mr. Burleigh also represents business clients involved in a variety of matters including corporate organizations, mergers and acquisitions, and other commercial transactions.
Prior to joining Bodman, Mr. Burleigh had a career in corporate sales, acting both as a National Account Director (including several clients within the Fortune 100) and as a Sales Manager. Mr. Burleigh’s background in corporate sales is concentrated in the areas of information technology and transportation and logistics. Mr. Burleigh was also involved in international trade in Russia and the former Soviet republics and has traveled extensively in those areas, both performing consulting services and facilitating the set-up of new businesses.
Mr. Burleigh is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. Mr. Burleigh’s activities in law school included acting as an associate editor of the University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, involvement as a member of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Moot Court Board of Advocates, and serving as a member of the Dean’s Tutorial Society for Legal Writing. Based on his academic performance, Mr. Burleigh was honored as a member of the Frank Murphy Honor Society and received the merit-based Dean’s Scholarship, the Fred J. and Lottie Chmielnicki Scholarship, and the Amelia & Emil G. Graff Endowed Scholarship.
- “Don’t Fence Me Out: What are the Rights and Responsibilities of the Public and Riparian Landowners after Glass v. Goeckel?,” University of Detroit Mercy Law Review (2007)
- “American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee v. City of Dearborn: City’s Demonstration Ordinance is Unconstitutional,” University of Detroit Mercy Law Review (2007).
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- 06/14/2017Jonathan P. Burleigh Named Chair of Bodman’s Enterprise Procurement Group
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- 02/04/2014Bodman PLC Admits Six New Members
- University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude
- The American University, B.A.
- State Bar of Michigan