Sarah's practice is focused on commercial, business, and labor and employment litigation. She represents business owners in all types of litigation disputes and transactions.
POINTS OF DISTINCTION
Sarah received her B.S. in Legal Studies from Stevenson University where she was awarded the University’s highest honor, the Stevenson University Pin. She was a member of multiple boards including the University Hearing Board, Alumni Giving Board, and was the first student member of the Legal Studies Advisory Board. Sarah received her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law where she served as a board member on the Student Bar Association and competed nationally as a member of the Thomas Tang National Moot Court Team.
While studying at the University of Baltimore, Sarah became a full time law clerk at the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office and continued her studies at night. During her time as a law clerk, she worked on wiretap and murder cases while familiarizing herself with judges, the courthouse, and the prosecutor’s office.
Once she completed her studies, Sarah was sworn in as an Assistant State’s Attorney. As a prosecutor, she successfully litigated misdemeanor and felony cases ranging from driving under the influence to attempted murder. Through her successful prosecution of thousands of cases, Sarah acquired vital litigation skills and came to know the inner workings of the District and Circuit Courts by litigating cases in front of both judges and juries.
Prior to law school, Sarah interned with State Senator Bobby Zirkin, State Delegate Dan Morhaim and was an aid and campaign manager to Councilwoman Vicki Almond.