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Sarah Williams, J.D.

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Sarah Williams, J.D., Contributing Author

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Sarah Gandari Williams contributes to FindLaw as a Legal Writer. Sarah was born and raised in Zimbabwe before moving to the U.S. for college. Sarah obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Social Science and holds a Juris Doctor from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minnesota.

While at St. Thomas, Sarah participated in the Advanced Community Justice Project Clinic, Moot Court, and Student Government. She was also awarded the 2019 Judge Pamela Alexander Scholarship Award by the Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers (MABL). In 2021, she was awarded the 3L Recipient of Living the Mission Award and elected by her peers to be the School of Law Commencement Speaker.

Sarah has experience working as a Judicial Law Clerk as well as in Banking, Health Care Benefits Administration, and bridging the gap between culture, community, and the international student experience. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys traveling, learning about new cultures, and spending time with her twin nephews.

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