Sarah Bousman was born and raised in Washington State in a small town near the base of Mount Rainer. She grew up exploring the surrounding national parks and was very active on her high school debate team. In 2003, Sarah graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a Degree in International Political Economy. After graduation, Sarah moved to Guatemala and volunteered with a nonprofit and learned Spanish.
Sarah attended the University of Denver Sturm College of Law on a full tuition scholarship graduating with her J.D. in 2010. She interned with a Denver District Court Judge and with the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office. Sarah also competed on trial team and placed in several competitions.
After graduating from law school, Sarah worked for the Weld County District Attorney’s Office. As a prosecutor, she handled every stage of a case from filing criminal charges to writing appellate briefs. Sarah has tried more than 50 cases before a jury.
Since leaving the district attorney’s office, Sarah has focused her career working as a bilingual plaintiff’s attorney. She is committed to helping personal injury victims fight for their rights. She is licensed to practice in Colorado, New Mexico and the U.S. District Court of New Mexico. In her free time you can find her training for Triathlons and enjoying the outdoors.