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Sarah DeLoach

Partner

(501) 821-5575

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Sarah DeLoach is a Partner at Roberts Law Firm, where her practice focuses on antitrust and complex litigation, international business law and litigation, and business transactions. Sarah has broad experience in civil litigation. She has authored and argued dispositive motions, provided guidance to clients involving employment and contract issues, advised construction clients on materialmen’s and contractor’s liens, and handled large-scale discovery in class actions. In addition to her experience in complex commercial pre-trial work, Sarah has authored successful appeals in state and federal court and in protest of administrative contract awards at the state level. She enjoys building relationships and crafting creative strategy with an eye towards both success and value.

Beyond her litigation experience, Sarah has assisted businesses in entity formation and general business strategy. She is also experienced in advising non-profit organizations and in applying for 501(c)(3) status.

Sarah has significant federal court experience, having clerked for the Honorable Rhesa H. Barksdale on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the Honorable Chief Judge Brian S. Miller on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas. Before joining the firm, Sarah litigated complex commercial and business cases as an associate with an outstanding Arkansas firm. In law school, Sarah served as Executive Notes & Comments Editor on the Mississippi Law Journal and as an elected member of the Honor Council.

Admissions

  • 2015, Arkansas

    2016, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

    2016, U.S. District Courts, Eastern & Western Districts of Arkansas

    2016, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit

    2017, U.S. District Court, Western District of Tennessee

Education

  • University of Mississippi School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, Concentration in Business Law with Honors

    Davidson College, B. A.

Publications

  • Comment, Keeping the Faith With The Independent Source Foundations of Inevitable Discovery: Why Courts Should Follow Justice Breyer’s Active and Independent Pursuit Approach from Hudson v. Michigan, 83. Miss. L.J. 1179 (2014).

Community Involvement

  • Member & Volunteer Instructor, Arkansas Canoe Club

Memberships

  • Arkansas Bar Association

    Pulaski County Bar Association

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