Sarah has experience defending product liability lawsuits in state and federal courts across the country. She has served as national and regional counsel for clients in cases involving vaccines, diet medications, antidepressants, other prescription drugs and over-the-counter products.

While in law school, Sarah was editor-in-chief of the Tulsa Law Review and was a member of the National Trial Competition and American Trial Lawyers Association trial teams. She was named the Oklahoma Bar Association Outstanding Law Student in her third year of law school. Sarah is the author of “The Blindfold on Justice Is Not a Gag: The Case for Allowing Controlled Questioning of Witnesses by Jurors,” 38 Tulsa Law Review 529 (2003).

Publications

Sarah E. Lynch (co-author), What the Client Needs: Key Issues Facing Local Counsel, For The Defense (December 2010).

Sarah E. Lynch (co-author), Mentoring Young Lawyers: It’s the Work That Counts, For The Defense (June 2008).