Sarah-Grace is a litigation associate and member of Fee Smith’s Government practice group, working with municipalities in the DFW area and throughout Texas, with populations anywhere from 2,000 to 1 million. She focuses on clear communication and strong legal positioning at the beginning of each engagement, bringing a proactive approach to her work representing Texas cities. The constantly evolving nature of municipal practice and the distinctive variety of work keeps Sarah-Grace engaged with her clients and on her toes.
Sarah-Grace serves in an associate general counsel role for many Texas government entities with a practice ranging from court and administrative hearing advocacy to constitutional and civil rights defense litigation, to labor & employment and administrative law. She conducts witness interviews, evaluates facts and evidence, and drafts various memorandums and court filings, all with an eye toward evaluating risk throughout the pendency of each matter. She frequently represents municipalities in court at summary judgment, pre-trial hearings, and preliminary administrative hearings and is proud of her record of success resolving matters prior to trial and without administrative appeals.
Sarah-Grace graduated from the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in 2019. During law school clerked for several government agencies and courts, including the Federal Trade Commission, the Department of Justice, the Office of Personnel Management, and the Eastern District of Texas.