Sara has litigated a variety of cases across the State of Alabama, including premises liability, motor vehicle negligence, wrongful death and trucking cases. Sara began her legal career as a civil defense attorney and has worked for some of the preeminent litigation firms of the State. She is now excited to have the opportunity to utilize her litigation skills to help those who have been injured and their families.
Sara is an adjunct professor of Trial Advocacy at Cumberland School of Law and also serves as a coach for Cumberland School of Law’s nationally ranked mock trial teams.
Sara has spoken in Alabama and around the country on issues regarding Uninsured/Underinsured motorist coverage, Social Networking and Litigation and various issues relating to the transportation industry.
Florida State University – B.A. 2003 Cumberland School of Law –J.D. 2006
Chief Judge Trial Advocacy Board
President Black Law Students Association
National Trial Team Member
ABA National Mediation Team
TYLA National Trial Competition, Regional Winner
I.C.C. International Commercial Mediation Competition Participant (Represented the United States in Paris, France)
Lone Star Mock Trial Competition, Finalist and Best Advocate
ABA National Mediation Competition, Winner