Sarah Levine joins the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia as a Catalyst/Public Rights Project Fellow.
There, she will work to create a coordinated enforcement effort using antitrust, consumer protection, and wage and hour laws in order to protect vulnerable and low-wage workers in the District. Before law school, Sarah spent two years conducting empirical research at Stanford Law School about workers’ rights and worker safety. As a student at Yale Law School, she spearheaded several advocacy efforts pertaining to gender and economic justice through her leadership roles in Yale Law Women and the People’s Parity Project. She served as the Empirical Scholarship Editor of the Yale Law Journal and she was a member of the Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic.