Sarah Schenck is an associate in the Environment & Energy Strategies Practice Group. Sarah advises commercial, industrial, tribal and municipal clients on a wide range of environmental and energy issues.
Prior to joining Godfrey & Kahn, Sarah was an associate at a large Milwaukee firm where she advised clients on all aspects of commercial real estate, including acquisition and disposition of real estate, land use, zoning, eminent domain and licensing issues. Sarah also started the firm’s craft brewery, distillery and winery law practice.
During law school, Sarah completed the Environmental and Energy Law concentration and obtained her Master’s degree in Public Health in environmental health. She was a law clerk for the Department of the Interior, legal intern for the St. Croix River Association and research assistant for Professor Hari M. Osofsky, whose work focuses on energy and climate change regulation. She also developed curriculum for the first-year legal writing program and taught sections of the course for three years.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Sarah R. Schenck