SARAH GALLO is a member of the Commercial Litigation and Disputes practice in Sidley’s San Francisco office.
Prior to joining Sidley, Sarah participated in Sidley’s summer associate program in 2019. Sarah was a law clerk on the Complex and Affirmative Litigation team for the Office of the City Attorney for San Francisco where she performed legal research supporting cases brought against the Department of Homeland Security and several corporations on behalf of San Franciscans. She also was a law clerk for Housing and Economic Rights Advocates where she drafted motions in consumer rights disputes and helped past attendees of fraudulent for-profit schools secure federal student loan discharge.
Sarah earned her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law where she served as publishing editor of the California Law Review and executive editor of Ecology Law Quarterly. In addition, she assisted Professor David Oppenheimer with research and editing of a book about global legal responses to the #MeToo movement published in May 2020. She graduated law school with a certificate in Social Justice and Public Interest Law.