Sarah joined the firm as an associate in 2016. Her practice primarily focuses on medical malpractice and wrongful death matters. She also has experience in a variety of areas including environmental, labor and employment, and nursing home malpractice matters. 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. She currently serves as the Vice President of Public Service for the Executive Board of Birmingham Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section and is a member of the Judge James Edwin Horton Inn of Court.
- Obtained a favorable ruling from the Supreme Court of Alabama affirming the trial court’s granting of summary judgment in favor of their clients in a case involving allegations of harm caused by the long-term use of a medication.
Presentations and Publications
- Keeping Up with the Technology: Constant Changes Perpetually Impact the Practice of Medicine and Create Liability Risks, IADC Medical Defense and Health Law Committee Newsletter (June 2020).
News & Insights
- Chamberlain, Eagan & Hines Publish Article in IADC’s Medical Defense & Health Law Newsletter
- Chris Eagan, Sybil Newton, and Sarah Chamberlain Obtain Favorable Ruling from the Supreme Court of Alabama
- Starnes Davis Florie LLP is Pleased to Announce that Sarah C. Chamberlain has Joined the Firm as Associate