Sarah Zhou joined Ware Jackson in 2019. Growing up, Sarah has always loved and found purpose in advocacy. It all started with a small Speech and Debate class in Middle School that was teasingly called “Theatre 1½,” and her passion for advocacy has consistently grown year after year. At the University of Texas School of Law, she was inducted into The Order of the Barristers, a national honorary organization that recognizes top advocates from their respective law schools. Sarah now puts all the years of training and experience into advocating for her clients. With an undergraduate degree in Economics from UT, Sarah also brings the perspective and tools to understand her clients’ business needs.
At UT Law, Sarah placed first in several mock trial and moot court competitions. There was not a UT tournament that she competed in where she did not place. She further competed interscholastically in the Georgetown White Collar Crime Invitational and Texas Young Lawyers Association (TYLA) Tournament. Beyond having a competitive spirit, Sarah is passionate about advocating for people, working in the UT Civil Rights and Children’s Rights Clinics. Lastly, she was a member of the Review of Litigation and the American Journal of Criminal Law.
When not working for her clients, Sarah enjoys gardening, food with friends, and writing.