Academic & Personal Background
Sarah received her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Miami School of Law and B.S. from Florida International University.
While in law school, she served as an intern to the Honorable Vice Chancellor Montgomery-Reeves of the Delaware Court of Chancery and to the Honorable Frank Shepherd of the Third District Court of Appeal in Florida.
While earning her J.D., Sarah authored the article titled “Using the Class Action Fairness Act as a Loophole Around the Magnuson Moss’s Jurisdictional Requirements,” which was published in the National Law Review as the winner of the Fall 2015 National Law Review Student Writing Competition and reprinted in the Journal of Consumer and Commercial Law (University of Houston Law Center), the official publication of the State Bar of Texas. Her article also was cited by the treatise Newberg on Class Actions.
During law school, Sarah performed more than 450 hours of pro bono service as part of the University of Miami School of Law’s HOPE Pro Bono Challenge.
She and her husband, Beau, have a young daughter and enjoy doing outdoor activities.