Sarah is a third-year law student at Pepperdine University School of Law. She grew up in San Diego, CA where she attended Point Loma Nazarene University, majoring in International Development Studies and minoring in Psychology. After graduating from Point Loma, Sarah spent the summer in Rwanda working for World Relief’s economic development program, specifically with savings groups around the country. During law school, Sarah participated in Pepperdine’s Global Justice Program in Uganda, serving as an extern for a justice on the Ugandan Court of Appeals and partnering with the Ugandan Judiciary to implement plea bargaining for prisoners in Western and Eastern Uganda. Sarah also helped coordinate an Anti-Trafficking in Persons Conference in Uganda in 2017. Following her second year of law school, Sarah worked at the California Attorney General’s Office in the Criminal Appeals Division. After graduation, she hopes to obtain a federal clerkship and later argue human trafficking cases at the appellate level.