Sarah Flack started her legal career fearlessly. She worked as a prosecutor in the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office, where she had the opportunity to prosecute felony cases and work with clients at jury trials.
After attending Georgia State University, Sarah pursued her legal education at Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law. There, she was recognized for her excellence in litigation, professionalism, and strong ethics with the Walker P. Johnson Memorial Award.
Sarah’s father inspired her to practice law. He raised her to fight against injustice and to stand up for what she believes in. The passionate advocacy Sarah provides to each of her clients has helped her reach success in criminal and civil rights cases. She represented a client who was the victim of police brutality, helping him get all his charges dismissed. Sarah also represented a client on death row, which taught her about determination, perseverance, and the importance of fiercely advocating for every client.
Clients can expect Sarah to see them as individuals, not case numbers. Sarah treats her clients like she would treat a family member or friend, giving them the personalized approach they deserve. She makes sure she understands each client’s story.
She acknowledges that every case and client is different and that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to managing a case. Sarah always aims to help clients recover the compensation they deserve while providing open communication throughout their partnership. She works hard to ensure her clients feel heard and believes in justice for all.
Sarah is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA) and the Georgia Association of Black Women Lawyers (GABWA). When she isn’t practicing law, she is spending time with her one-year-old daughter, Zen, her dog, Enji, and her fiancé. You can also find Sarah watching videos on aqua-scraping and traveling to her home away from home in Ashville, North Carolina.