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A native of New York and North Carolina, Ms. Arnott moved to California to attend Santa Clara University School of Law, from which she received her J.D. Ms. Arnott has exclusively practiced family law since 2008. She is well-versed in all areas of family law, including dissolutions, custody,...
Sarah is a person (who happens to also be an attorney) fueled by compassion, curiosity, and the desire to see justice prevail. She started her path towards the legal profession at age 7 when she negotiated her first deal: to stay up past her bedtime. She did not win. Several decades later, she applied this and many other life lessons to the practice of law. In her spare time, you can find Sarah at the local dog park trying and failing to get her dog to fetch a tennis ball, playing on the water, listening to music, traveling around this...
Sarah earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2012 and her Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School in 2015. During law school, Sarah was a practicing student attorney under SJC Rule 3:03 in Suffolk’s Education Advocacy Clinic, where she provided legal assistance to Boston public school students.
Sarah zealously advocates her client’s interest...
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