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Sarah Voehl is a writer for the Magoosh LSAT Blog. She graduated in 2015, with a B.A. from Augustana University where she double majored in Business Administration and Psychology. Sarah is currently a second-year J.D. student at the William S. Boyd School of Law. This summer, Sarah is working as a law clerk at the United States Attorneys Office. In law school, Sarah has an active role in multiple student organizations, such as the incoming President of American Constitutional Society, and participated in moot court, mock trial, and client counseling competitions. Sarah also volunteered to assist with DACA renewals for Community Law Day and taught an Immigration Removal Defense class through the Community Service Program. To hone her legal writing skills, she participated in the Nevada Law Journal’s write-on competition. During this time, she maintained a 3.94 GPA and received a CALI award for the highest grade in Torts class. Prior to law school, Sarah worked remotely for a company called AirTreks and traveled around the world to more than 25 countries. You can connect with Sarah on LinkedIn!
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