Sara Watkins was initially drawn to the field of plaintiff injury law to pursue her passion for helping people in times of need. Her empathetic approach to client interaction allows her to better connect with her clients, which, in turn, improves her abilities to represent them in and out of court. Sara’s compassionate style is well balanced by her keen eye for legal details and intricate case law.
Growing up in Shalter Township, she would eventually go to college at Washington & Jefferson College. There, she double majored in Political Science and Studio Art — two topics that represent her out-of-work interests of politics in art. When she is not deep in a client’s injury case, she might be found painting or catching up on recent political events in the news.
While attending Duquesne University School of Law, Ms. Watkins earned a spot on the Duquesne Law Review and acted as the President of the Jewish Law Student Association.
- Washington & Jefferson College
- Double Major in Political Science and Studio Art (2015)
- Duquesne University School of Law
- State Anti-BDS Laws Counteracting the BDS Movement… And the Constitution, 56 DUQ. L. REV. 199 (2018)