Sarah Denis is a second-year student at the University of Miami School of Law and a former student of St. Thomas University School of Law. Sarah is an active member of the American Bar Association Business Law Section, National Association of Women Lawyers, and Florida Association for Women Lawyers. In January 2016, Sarah’s article entitled “Using the Class Action Fairness Act as a Loophole Around the Magnuson Moss’s Jurisdictional Requirements,” was published in the Journal of Consumer and Commercial law (University of Houston Law Center), the official publication of the State Bar of Texas. In March 2016, Sarah was awarded with the American Bar Association Business Law Section Diversity Clerkship. This summer, Sarah will be working as a summer law clerk to the Honorable Vice Chancellor Tamika Montgomery-Reeves at the Delaware Court of Chancery, where she will conduct legal research and draft memoranda related to Delaware Corporate Law and, most importantly, learn the inner workings of the Court of Chancery.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Sarah Denis