Sarah joined Burch & Cracchiolo in 2013 after completing an appellate clerkship for The Honorable Patricia K. Norris of Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals. During her clerkship, Sarah researched and analyzed novel issues in many areas of law including civil, criminal, family, unemployment, workers compensation, and juvenile to advise and recommend the resolution of appellate cases to rotating three-judge panels. During law school she was a law clerk for Clear Channel as well as The Hassett Law Firm and was a reference assistant at the Ross Blakely Law Library. Sarah also completed a summer internship at Burch & Cracchiolo in 2011.
Sarah received her J.D. from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and her B.S. in Finance from the W.P. Carey Business School at Arizona State University. She graduated from the Barrett Honors College completing her thesis on the Arizona Worker’s Legal Act: “The Arizona Employer Sanctions Law”. During her studies, Sarah was awarded the ASU Center for Law, Science and Innovation Scholarship, the ASU President’s Scholarship and was a Pedrick Scholar. She was a member of Gold Key International and Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honors Society, and the Phi Delta Phi Law Fraternity.