Sarah provides corporate and business-related legal services to closely-held companies and individuals. She regularly assists with due diligence for M&A transactions and private fund reviews. Her experience includes general corporate law and trust and estate work.
She is the firm's NAWBO representative and an active member of the Metro Richmond Women's Bar Association. While in law school, Sarah served on the University of Richmond Law Review and Trial Advocacy Boards, as well as the Board of Richmond Women’s Law. During her final year, Sarah studied abroad at Maastricht University Faculty of Law, where she studied law through an international lens, diving into the legal intricacies of the World Trade Organization, international dispute resolution bodies and international intellectual property treaties.
Prior to joining Hirschler, Sarah gained valuable experience in the University of Richmond International Business Practice, where she developed strategies for a publicly-traded company’s expansion into Latin America. Her legal experience also includes serving as a summer law clerk to the Honorable David J. Novak, Magistrate Judge for the United States District Court and summer associate at a local trust and estate firm.
Drafted merger documents and organized filings for the merger of an Arkansas corporation into its Virginia parent corporation
Advised a closely-held business through a multi-million dollar software licensing transaction
Drafted a promotion agreement for the social media sponsorship of a local company by an internet blogger
University of Richmond International Business Practice
Summer Law Clerk, Honorable David J. Novak, Magistrate Judge for the United States District Court
Summer Associate, Hirschler, 2018
- Age Discrimination Concerns When Instituting Layoffs: Special Considerations For Drafting a Valid Release04.20.2020
- Lisa Hedrick, Brent Ashley, and Sarah Mikowski Discuss the Importance of Preparation to Limit Employment Liabilities in a Sale, Industry Today04.06.2020
- Many Companies Will Need to Reduce Employee Payroll Costs Due to COVID-19—What’s the Difference Between a Furlough and Layoff?03.24.2020
- DOJ Recovers $3 Billion from Fraudulent Government Contractors and Vendors: DOJ Releases 2019 False Claims Act Stats02.17.2020
- Summer Law Clerk, The Honorable David J. Novak, Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court
University of Richmond School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude
- Articles & Comments Editor, University of Richmond Law Review
- CALI Awards for Excellence in Business Associations, Civil Procedure, Federal Income Tax and Torts
- Full Merit Scholarship
- McNeill Law Society
- Order of the Coif
- Trial Advocacy Board
Christopher Newport University, B.S., cum laude