Sara Furlow is an associate attorney in Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Washington D.C. office, where she focuses her practice on federal employment law. She is familiar with all areas of litigation, from lengthy trials to appeals, and has extensive experience with court-ordered mediations. She has submitted appellate briefs to and argued before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, achieving favorable outcomes on behalf of her clients.
On a daily basis, Sara exhibits professionalism and passion in her provision of services to all her clients. Sara is thorough, resourceful, cool under pressure, creative, and continuously looking for opportunities to learn and improve. She is an excellent advocate, and her work goes far beyond just the courtroom. Through her passion, she has not only garnered the respect of her clients and colleagues but also the bench and opposing counsel as well.
Sara joins the firm after eight years of advocating for children in foster care. She volunteered as a court appointed special advocate, a friend of the court for abused and neglected children, for three years prior to working as a staff attorney with Maryland Legal Aid. During her nearly five years at Legal Aid, Sara managed a heavy caseload while developing trainings for fellow Maryland children’s advocates and partnering with community resource organizations to benefit her young clients.
In her spare time, Sara enjoys volunteering, and can always be found as a volunteer on various in-house committees, task forces, and outreaches, as well as participating with outside bar organizations. Through these programs, Sara exemplifies what it means to be a team player and can always be relied upon whenever she is needed.
Sara earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh, and she is currently admitted to practice in Maryland and New York State.
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