Sarah (she/her) is a rising 2L at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. She is a Stephanie Tubbs Jones Public Interest Law Scholar and plans to concentrate in either Public Interest or Criminal Justice. Sarah is the president of SPILF, the Student Public Interest Law Fellowship, a student organization that fundraises money to provide scholarships for law students doing otherwise-unpaid public interest law internships. In addition, she is on the executive boards of Law Students for Reproductive Freedom and the Jewish Law Student Association.
Prior to law school, Sarah spent two years as a Social Justice Fellow at Stanford Hillel, working with Jewish and non-Jewish students at Stanford on projects related to social justice. Some of these included spearheading a voter registration drive for 800+ students, teaching Jewish Learning Fellowships around racial justice issues, and co-leading an interfaith Civil Rights bus trip to the American South. She also managed all communications and social media for Stanford Hillel, including overseeing several student interns.
Originally from Cleveland, Sarah earned her Bachelor’s degree from THE Ohio State University, where she studied Public Affairs and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She is a big fan of Ohio sports, travel, food, Orangetheory, and spending time with friends and family. She is thrilled to be joining the LWVUS team for the summer!