Sarah works with Shook’s Public Policy Group, whose aim is to improve civil litigation through judicial education, communications and legal scholarship; she also is a member of the Litigation practice group. Since joining the firm, she also has worked on civil justice reform, construction industry-related arbitrations, and employment law disputes.
Sarah's work at Shook includes representing a variety of national, regional and local businesses in litigation and public policy matters involving business torts, contract disputes, e-discovery, and labor and employment matters.
Before joining Shook, Sarah worked on litigation and administrative appeals for the Civil Beat Law Center in Hawaii, which provides advice and representation to the public and the media to achieve transparency in government. During law school, Sarah was senior research assistant to Andrew F. Popper during his work on the third edition of Administrative Law: A Contemporary Approach.
Cary Silverman, Sarah Goggans and Jonathan Wilson, Torts of the Future II: Addressing the Liability and Regulatory Implications of Emerging Technologies, U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, April 2018.
Mark A. Behrens & Sarah Goggans, 2017 Civil Justice Update, The Federalist Society, January 2018.