Sarah Williams is a Paralegal with an ABA Approved Certificate from the University of San Diego School of Law. Having previously worked for a San Diego based children’s advocacy and juvenile justice non-profit she is dedicated to helping ensure the justice system works for everyone, not just the special few. Upon completion of her paralegal certificate, she wanted to continue to work in a client-focused environment, which lead her to Butler Law, PC.
Her dedication to helping people started in high school where she assisted in several community service projects, including sending school supplies to girl’s schools in Afghanistan, and that dedication has followed with her since. Her undergraduate studies at Colorado State University were focused on women’s political empowerment and the global effort to bring about women’s equality. During this time she had the opportunity to study in both Morocco and Costa Rica in 2011 and 2012 respectively and was able to witness those efforts first hand. Ms. Williams went on to obtain a master’s degree in International Human Rights which only fueled her passion for fighting for those that don’t have a voice.
Throughout her education and career she has always passively studied or worked with the law and is excited to fully step into the legal field with a strong background in advocacy.
- San Diego Paralegal Association
- University of San Diego, School of Law
- ABA Approved Paralegal Certificate
- University of Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies
- Colorado State University