Sarah is an associate attorney with focuses in the school law, trusts and estates, and immigration practice groups.
Prior to becoming an associate, Sarah clerked at Boardman Clark for a summer. Sarah worked at the Immigrant Justice Center as a clinical student and represented clients in deportation and removal proceedings, and gained experience with applying for U‑Visas, T‑visas, and CAT asylum status. She has also performed extensive research on the relationship between Travel Bans and visa approvals.
Sarah is passionate about using her fluency in Arabic, Farsi, and French to empower marginalized people and bridge cultural divides.
Admitted to Practice
- Wisconsin State Courts
- J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School
- Wisconsin Law Review, Note and Comment Editor
- Middle Eastern Law Student Association, Co-President
- Advocates for Immigrants Rights, Communications Chair
- Bruce Belifuss Memorial Award
- Outstanding Student in Immigration Law Award
- Outstanding Clinical Law Student Award
- Middle Eastern Law Student Association Award
- 2L of the Year Award
- B.S., Finance and Economics, University of Tulsa, cum laude
- Honors College Graduate
- Outstanding Economics Graduate
- Immigrant Justice Center - University of Wisconsin, Clinical Law Student
- University of Wisconsin - Legal Studies Department, Assistant/Research Project Assistant