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Sarah earned her law degree from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2019 and her undergraduate degree in Wildlife from Unity College in 2008. Before attending law school, Sarah was working with native bird populations on the Big Island of Hawaii. Sarah next decided to move to Wyoming and while establishing residency and attending law school, she switched gears and began working as a legal assistant in a local family law office. This opportunity provided her with unique insight into the legal community with a family law-oriented methodology, and sharpened her respect for time management, organization, and perspective. Sarah's foundation is rooted in efficiency of achieving her client's goals, attention to detail, and productive communication.
In addition to learning and practicing a traditional family law approach, Sarah has polished her skills in mediated and negotiated agreements. Sarah has been attending and leading mediations since earning her student attorney license in 2017. In 2018, Sarah competed and was awarded "National Best Negotiator" at the 11th Annual Nelson Mandela International Negotiations Competition. Sarah continues to develop her success in these areas.
Before starting her legal career, Sarah worked with wildlife, generally birds, and the public in many different areas of the United States. From practicing falconry and reporting on the Common Loon population in New Hampshire, to working as a zookeeper at the San Antonio Zoo. Sarah is thrilled to be back home in San Antonio, Texas to put down roots in the local family law community.
- University of Wyoming, College of Law, Laramie, Wyoming
- J.D. - 2019
- Unity College, Unity, Maine
- Honors: cum laude
- Major: Wildlife and Environmental Education
- Family Law
- Estate Planning
- Texas, 2020
- South Carolina, 2019
- Wyoming, 2019