Sara Volk


Sara Volk grew up in Pueblo, CO and graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. While at Georgia Tech, Sara was a research assistant in a cognitive psychology research lab for 4 years and completed numerous research projects in cognitive psychology and decision making. Sara also completed a thesis on the role of politically motivated fear on conspiratorial thought.  

Prior to entering law school, Sara worked on Capitol Hill as a Legislative Correspondent for Rep. Scott Tipton. Subsequently, Sara worked for Advocacy Associates as an account manager where she scheduled and coordinated advocacy days on Capitol Hill for advocacy organizations in the healthcare field and developed a network for citizen-based approaches to policy change.  

During her 1L summer, Sara interned for the Lieber Institute for Brain Development working in-house on intellectual property law and other business law topics. Sara is on the Student Bar Association Philanthropy Committee and is also a research assistant and member of the Busines Law Society and the Students Supporting the Women’s Law Center (SSWLC).