With a background in biochemistry, Sarah analyzes cases with precision and represents clients with the inquisitive mind of a scientific researcher.
Before joining Osborn Maledon, Sarah clerked at the U.S. District Court, District of Arizona for Judge Michael T. Liburdi, and the Arizona Court of Appeals for Judges Kent E. Cattani and Peter B. Swann. During law school, she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Arizona State Law Journal, the fundraising chair of the Women Law Students Association, and a Law Student Ambassador. Sarah also externed for Judge John Z. Boyle and served as a teaching assistant and research assistant. During her undergraduate studies, Sarah was a member of Tri Delta women’s fraternity and was also the drum major for the University of Tulsa marching band.
Sarah continues her involvement with Tri Delta by currently serving on the Phoenix Valley Alumnae Chapter board. Sarah loves to golf, tap dance, read, and travel with her husband and Whoodle puppy.
- CALI Award for Excellence
- Legal Advocacy
- State & Local Government
- Legal Persuasion
- National Association of Women Lawyers Outstanding Graduate
- Center for Law, Science, and Innovation Scholar
- Pedrick Scholar
- Arizona State Law Journal, “Tortious Speech in the Digital Age,” with Judge Peter B. Swan
- Arizona State Law Journal, Comment, “If We Only Had A Brain: Toothless Aquatic Code Allows Deadly, Brain-Eating Zombie Amoeba To Flourish in Arizona Splash Pads and Water Playgrounds”