She also focuses her practice on land use, zoning and governmental relations. She represents landowners and developers on a wide range of development projects, including commercial, mixed-use, office and transportation, and is engaged in development projects from the rezoning stage through and enforcement issues that arise during the life of a development.
Sarah regularly works with local Boards of Adjustment, City Councils, County Commissions, and other local governmental bodies on behalf of clients seeking approvals or opposing local government decisions relating to zoning, permitting, changes of use, variances, annexations, special use permits, site plans, subdivisions and right-of-way abandonments.
Additionally, she has experience in a wide range of federal regulatory, policy, and legislative matters among others before Congress and federal agencies and departments.
Prior to joining Alexander Ricks PLLC, Sarah practiced in the Washington, D.C. and Charlotte offices of K&L Gates LLP.