Sarah Booher is the newest attorney to join the Garza Law Firm in Knoxville, TN. Sarah is originally from Mississippi, but first came to East Tennessee in 2005 to start on a masters degree in Urban & Regional Planning at the University of Tennessee. Upon completion of graduate school, she worked for Anderson County for six years.
In 2012, Sarah decided to change gears and applied to the Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law. She graduated cum laude four years later and was valedictorian of the full-time class. She went on to practice with a prominent local law firm for five years before going the Garza Law Firm, where she will be handling personal injury matters, such as motorcycle accidents and car wrecks.
A former foster parent and board member of the Anderson County Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors and Executive Board, Sarah is currently a monthly contributor to the Knoxville Bar Association’s Dicta publication and Chancellor for her local Episcopal parish family. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys live music, reading, and spoiling her dog.
For Sarah’s complete bio, please visit her attorney profile page.