Sara Tulane is a persuasive litigator who uses her experience as a former deputy county attorney to represent clients in municipal and employment issues. She has experience handling jury and bench trials, evidentiary hearings, restitution hearings, and other felony and misdemeanor hearings.
In addition to her time in the county’s Community Protections Bureau, Sara represented individuals in employment disputes at a civil litigation law firm, including wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and wage claims.
While in law school at the University of North Dakota School of Law, Sara had three legal extern experiences, including with the Honorable Jennifer B. Campbell, Arizona Court of Appeals Division One, as a Rule 38 certified student at the Grand Forks State’s Attorney’s Office, and within the Office of the Arizona General Counsel.
In her spare time, Sara enjoys spending her time outdoors. She loves rock climbing, camping, and hanging out by the pool with family and friends.
Professional Associations & Memberships
- Arizona Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division Board
The University of North Dakota School of Law, J.D., 2019
Gender and the Law High Point award recipient
Moot Court Internal Semifinalist
California State University-Sacramento, B.A., History, 2015
Associated Students Incorporated- Vice President of University Affairs
Associated Students Incorporated- Director of Arts and Letters