Sarah Egoville is a staff attorney with the Toll Public Interest Center. Prior to coming to Penn Law, Sarah has had experience in both the public and private sector. Most recently, Sarah was an associate attorney with Fox Rothschild representing school districts in the areas of special education and labor and employment matters. Previously, Sarah served as an assistant defender with the Chester County Public Defender’s Office, where she focused on the Treatment Courts. Following law school graduation, she clerked for the Honorable Kyran Connor, Superior Court of New Jersey, Family Law Division in Cape May County, New Jersey.
Sarah received her JD from Widener University School of Law, where she served as the student assistant to the Public Interest Resource Center (PIRC) and received pro bono distinction. Prior to law school, Sarah received her MS degree in clinical psychology from Loyola College of Maryland. Following graduate school, she was a mental health therapist on an in-patient psychiatric unit. Sarah received her BA degree in psychology from University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Sarah lives in Philadelphia with her husband and two young children.