Meet Sarah Bartlett
Sarah Bartlett was born and raised in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. She obtained two Bachelor of Arts degrees, both in Sociology and in Anthropology, from the University of North Florida (UNF), where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a graduate of the Hicks Honors College. She then attended and earned her Juris Doctorate Degree from Stetson University College of Law where she was awarded The Academic Excellence Merit-Based Scholarship.
While at Stetson, Sarah served as Teaching Assistant for Professor Lance Long’s Research and Writing class for two years after excelling in the course. Sarah also served as a Stetson Ambassador for the College of Law and was a member of the legal honor society, Phi Delta Phi.
During her time at Stetson, Sarah focused on combining her passion for public interest with learning the skills of the law. Sarah completed a clerkship at Florin Roebig, where she worked in the employment discrimination practice group. She also completed an externship under the direction of Stetson Interim Dean Kristen Adams where she performed legal services for indigent and underprivileged clients at Gulfcoast Legal Services. For her work on behalf of these clients, Sarah was then selected for recognition as the Pam Dubrule Summer Intern at Gulfcoast Legal Services. Following both her externship and internship, Sarah continued to give her time and energy to provide probono legal service at Gulfcoast throughout her remaining time at Stetson.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys exploring Saint Petersburg with her dog, Reggie, running outdoors with friends, and playing chess at local coffee shops.