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Sarah Ann was admitted to practice law in Mississippi in 2010. She is currently a member of Jackson Young Lawyers and the Family Law Section of the Mississippi bar. Sarah Ann has practiced law in Mississippi Chancery Courts, Circuit Courts, Youth Courts, and Federal Courts.
Sara served as a Judicial Clerk for Chancellor Carol L. McCoy in Davidson County Chancery Court as a Judicial Clerk for Chancellors John F. Weaver, Daryl R. Fansler, and Michael W. Moyers, in Knox County Chancery Court. Prior to joining Pepper Law, PLC, Sara worked for King & Ballow.
Sara was on the Editorial Board of the Tennessee Law Review. She was also an editor for Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business...
Naomi graduated with honors from North Carolina Central University School of Law where...
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