Sarah is an Associate in the Litigation Practice Group. Her practice is primarily focused on Civil Litigation. Sarah also has experience with Media Law and policy, tax law, and the international trade of health products.
Sarah earned her J.D. at the American University Washington College of Law, where she honed her writing skills as the Senior Technology Editor for the Administrative Law Review. Her work can be heard on the podcast ‘‘A Hard Look,’’ from the American Bar Association’s section on Administrative Law. Sarah gained appellate experience writing multiple, prevailing briefs for the Virginia Court of Appeals during an internship with the Spotsylvania Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office. Sarah interned with National Public Radio where she assisted with governance matters and FCC regulatory compliance.
Prior to going to law school, Sarah was a volunteer member of the RHART Team for Safe Harbor, a local shelter for victims of human trafficking and domestic violence.
- ‘‘The (Regulatory) Force is With You: Using Early Aviation to to Anticipate the Black Holes in the FAA’s Proposed Regulatory Changes for Commercial Human Space Flight’’
- American University Washington College of Law’s Health Law & Policy Brief, Senior Staff & Contributor, past
- American University Washington College of Law’s Administrative Law Review (ALR)
- Senior Technology Editor, past
- Chair, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, past
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
- Safe Harbor, Regional Hospital Accompaniment Response Team (RHART)