Long ago, Sarah knew she wanted to be a lawyer, but what she came to realize was that she wanted to be an advocate, to champion hopes and dreams, and no less important, to right the wrongs suffered by individuals and families. Sarah empowers people inside and outside courtrooms. While lawyers are often heralded for a scorched earth approach, Sarah believes in leading and listening with love while advocating reform. She inspires clients and opposing sides with what is possible.
Sarah has over 20 years’ experience as an employment law attorney, Assistant District Attorney, chief corporate counsel, entrepreneur, and educational advocate who is passionate about protecting the civil and legal rights of students with disabilities, solving racial injustice, and prison reform. Sarah is an expert in employment law, contract negotiations, and justice initiatives to bridge divides.