I also leaked for a long time (almost 3 yrs) after quitting nursing my dtr (now 8 yo). But with my first, I had to wean him at 3-4 months, when I HAD to go back to work and pumping wasn't yielding much milk at all. I dried up like that (*snap*) and wished I could've kept feeding him myself. Found out later (when I had TONS of milk supply with my second son 2 yrs later) that my body just didn't produce enough milk with my first, which explains why he was so skinny until formula! You live and learn these things, and I loved every minute of breastfeeding (even having to be the one up at night with them) and I absolutely HATED everything about bottle-feeding! UGH!
My dtr was born 8 weeks early and couldn't suckle for about 12 weeks very well. B/C of this, I had to pump with her, and although my milk supply was awesome at first (hadn't dried up from my second son!), taking care of two toddlers and a preemie and trying to pump and trying to feed her took so much time that I started to dry up. I tried the herbal stuff to get my milk supply back up, but it did nothing for me. The doc then gave me a Rx for Reglan, and it came back immediately and thoroughly! So much so, that I had the leaking problem. All I can say is use breast pads for the leaks, maybe wear a cotton t-shirt under a blouse and keep a change of clothes with you! :) Also, the pressure on the nipples stopped mine whenever I let down at an inconvenient time, too. Hard to do in public but try *casually* crossing your arms tight across your chest! I pretended like I was cold and would rub my arms too! HA! :D
I saw a lot of others suggest trying to nurse again - I would have LOVED if my milk came back with my oldest, as he began to get sick all the time (also from being at a sitter's and then daycare, I am sure), and was never sick while nursing. Neither of my others was sick as babies either, and by then I was a SAHM, strictly breastfeeding. Made a world of difference. But if you are working, pumping can be difficult for some people at work or at home. Working puts that much more stress on your body and makes it hard to relax to pump. So do what you need, but just know that the leaking may continue for quite a while. I leaked on occasion for only a few months after stopping nursing cold turkey, but could express drops for over 3 years! Freaky!
Enjoy every precious moment! Mine are now 12, 10, and 8 and have the attitudes to go along with them! I miss the baby/toddler years SO much!