Sarah is a Northern Nevada native, born and raised in Carson City. Sarah graduated from Carson High School in 2008, and later earned a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2012. Following her education in Reno, Sarah explored a possible career in psychological intervention before deciding to earn her law degree. She started her law school career with an interest in family law, the perfect marriage between her background in psychology and her future in the law.
Sarah attended the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV, and graduated in 2017 with the assistance of the UNLV Boyd Scholarship Award for Academic Achievement and the Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys Scholarship Award. In her final year of law school, Sarah was selected to participate in the Mediation Clinic and subsequently the Advanced Mediation Clinic. There, she received intensive training to mediate family disputes and help parties communicate and explore mutually beneficial resolutions for the emotional and financial difficulties they faced.
Sarah then clerked for the Honorable Judge Tierra D. Jones in the Eighth Judicial District Court and was admitted to the Nevada State Bar in 2017. She returned to Carson City in 2019, where she was hired as a Deputy District Attorney for the Carson City District Attorney’s Office. As a Deputy District Attorney, Sarah tried multiple cases involving domestic disputes and advocated to protect the citizens of Carson City.
Now Sarah advocates for individuals on a more personal level, but continues to protect their rights with a compassionate and purposeful approach whether through amicable resolution or litigation. Sarah is honest, diligent, and dedicated to providing supportive representation to the Northern Nevada area that raised her.