Focused on appellate law since law school, Sarah has cultivated a practice steeped in legal research and persuasive writing. She is exceptionally skilled at evaluating matters from their inception of litigation and approaches each case holistically – looking at the entire lifespan of a case to determine the strategy to pursue on appeal.
Sarah’s love for her constitutional law class in college was the impetus for her decision to become a lawyer. In law school, she was laser-focused on appellate law and sought internships that provided hands-on, practical training that expanded her skill set and informs her practice today. She worked for the Suffolk County (Massachusetts) District Attorney’s Office, Appellate Division; the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the District of Massachusetts Appellate Unit and the Hon. Juan R. Torruella, First Circuit of Appeals. After graduating from law school, she served as a law clerk for the New York Court of Appeals.
- New York
- Northeastern University School of Law
- Northeastern University Law Review, Articles Editor
Lafayette College, BA, summa cum laude