Sarah received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Psychology from Boston University in 2019. She then attended Rutgers Law School in Newark, New Jersey, where she received her Juris Doctor in 2022. While in law school, Sarah was actively involved in various student organizations, such as the Association of Latin American Law Students as Partnership Liaison and the New Jersey State Bar Association as a student member of the Legal Education Committee. She also served as the Notes and Comments Editor for the Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal, where her note, “Data Colonialism, the Danger it Poses to India’s Democracy, and the Effectiveness of Data Localization Laws as Resistance,” was published in 2022.
During law school, Sarah interned at the Ocean County Superior Court for the Honorable Guy P. Ryan, J.S.C. She was then a judicial intern for Chief Justice Stuart Rabner of the New Jersey Supreme Court during her final semester of law school. Sarah most recently spent a year as a law clerk for the Honorable Marc R. Brown, J.S.C., in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Union Vicinage, where she discovered her passion for family law.
Sarah was raised in Ocean County and now resides in Bergen County. When she is not working, she enjoys attending concerts, visiting museums, spending time with family and friends, or reading a new book (particularly a romance novel).
Data Colonialism, the Danger it Poses to India’s Democracy, and the Effectiveness of Data Localization Laws as Resistance – 2022