Sarah Brunswick is an associate attorney developing her practice in product liability litigation. She brings her passion for effectively communicating complex concepts to her work as a written and oral advocate. Prior to joining the firm as an attorney, Sarah spent a summer at Bowman and Brooke as a law clerk, where she drafted various motions and supporting briefs, including motions in limine and a successful preliminary motion to dismiss. She researched legal issues affecting clients across multiple industries, including automotive, motorcycle, sports equipment, and medical device manufacturers.
During law school, Sarah served as an editor and research assistant for two faculty members, researching topics in constitutional and biodiversity law. She also externed for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, where she prepared deposition outlines, researched opposing expert witnesses, and drafted supporting briefs for cases arising under federal tort and immigration law. As a law clerk at the Arizona Court of Appeals, she drafted memorandum decisions, presented at panel conferences, and observed oral arguments. While clerking, she advised on substantive and procedural legal issues arising from virtually all areas of state law.
Sarah was inspired to pursue a legal career after taking a hydrological modeling class in college and hearing her professor tell stories of serving as an expert witness in high-profile water disputes. Her dedication to product defense is underpinned by first-hand insight into what it takes to get a highly regulated product to market.
In her free time, Sarah enjoys rooting for the Phoenix Suns and Arizona Coyotes, rock climbing, baking and spending time with her goldendoodle, Bruce.