Sarah focuses her practice on healthcare related matters, representing ERISA benefit plans, their fiduciaries, and plan participants. Sarah also has significant experience representing businesses and individuals in a variety of matters ranging from minority shareholder oppression, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, as well as insurance disputes.
Sarah is a 2005 graduate of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. While completing her undergraduate degree, Sarah spent a year at American University in Washington, DC where she interned for The Protection Project at Johns Hopkins University, a human rights institute founded to address trafficking in persons as a human rights violation. During her time in Washington, DC, she also interned for then Florida Congresswoman Katherine Harris representing Florida’s 13th district.
Sarah received her J.D. in 2008 from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law. During law school, Sarah was actively involved in the Trial Advocacy Program, winning the National Trial Competition’s Regional Competition and qualifying to compete on a national level. Sarah received the Thomas E. Deacy Memorial Trial Practice Award for most outstanding advocate in her graduating law school class and is a member of the Order of Barristers.
Outside of work, Sarah enjoys traveling, exploring Atlanta’s food scene, and spending time with her husband and their two young children, as well as her yellow lab, Lola. Sarah is a member of Oglethorpe Presbyterian Church, where she serves as a deacon.