Biography

Sarah Black is a paralegal in the firm’s Litigation practice group, where she plays a key role in the research and trial preparation process. Experienced in managing large-scale litigation matters from case inception through trial preparation and settlement, she is adept at conducting investigatory research, coordinating with expert witnesses, discovery preparation, and document production including discovery requests, responses and subpoenas. Her experience in international, criminal and corporate law matters lends to her effectiveness in supporting firm attorneys on a broad range of client matters.

In addition, Sarah is proficient in Westlaw, PACER and court filings via CCEF.

Background

Prior to joining the firm, Sarah was a paralegal at a law firm in Chicago.

Education

  • University of York  (M.P.A., with distinction, 2014)
  • Marist College  (B.S., cum laude, 2012)
    • Criminal Justice