Sarah focuses her practice on pharmaceutical and medical device and product liability litigation. Her work includes drafting motions and responsive pleadings, providing legal analyses, and managing large case inventories. She also has experience in both pretrial fact investigation and discovery. 

Before becoming an attorney, Sarah received a doctorate in pharmacy and was a clinical pharmacist. Sarah’s clinical practice focused on HIV/AIDS, and she was certified by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Her pharmacy experience also includes the community setting. This training and experience has provided Sarah with a valuable perspective on litigating pharmaceutical cases. 

While in law school, Sarah served as an intern for the Department of Justice’s Elder Justice Initiative, which supports and coordinates the Department’s enforcement and program efforts to combat elder abuse, neglect, and financial fraud and scams that target seniors.