Sarah is an associate primarily involved in defending medical malpractice actions. She earned her law degree from Cumberland School of Law, where she was the Research Editor of the Cumberland Law Review. During law school, Sarah served as a Judge Abraham Caruthers Teaching Fellow and was nominated by Cumberland’s law faculty for inclusion in the 2015-2016 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
As a young lawyer, Sarah is active in Birmingham’s legal community serving on the Executive Board of Birmingham Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section, where she sits on the Public Service Committee. She is also a member of the Judge James Edwin Horton Inn of Court. Along with other attorneys in the firm, Sarah spends time year round volunteering her services for Birmingham’s Turning Point program providing legal counsel to help the homeless get back on their feet.
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Outside of work, Sarah and her fiancé take every chance they get to explore State and National Parks. They recently talked themselves into hiking Angel’s Landing which has a 1,500 foot drop on either side of an extremely narrow trail where only one person is able to pass at a time. Not a hike for those afraid of heights! If they are not out on an adventure, they enjoy the local parks here in Birmingham with their golden/lab retriever named Maggie.