Sarah joined the Kellington Law Group as an associate attorney in 2018. She is a dedicated advocate who will work tirelessly to find solutions for her clients. Originally from California’s Central Valley, Sarah graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Environmental Studies. She received her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School with a certificate in Environmental, Natural Resources and Energy Law in 2017.
During law school, Sarah participated in the Western Resources Legal Center clinic and interned with a large downtown Portland law firm and the Oregon Farm Bureau. Prior to law school, Sarah worked as an English teacher in South Korea and Japan.
When she’s not focusing on all things land use, Sarah can be found exploring all reaches of her adopted home state of Oregon. Sarah is also a recent FAA-licensed drone pilot who is anxious to test out her aerial photography skills in the field.
Sarah is admitted to practice law in Oregon and has had several articles published in the Oregon Real Estate and Land Use Digest:
Two Cautionary Tales About "Standards and Criteria" (February 2021)
Situs in Situ (December 2020)