Sarah H. Gerow
Mrs. Gerow was admitted to practice in North Carolina in 2019. She brings compassion and dedication to each of her cases.
Sarah knew from a young age that she wanted to be a lawyer, and she pursued her interest throughout high school and college, including membership on The George Washington University Mock Trial Team. Her desire to advocate for others developed while working with children with disabilities as a summer camp counselor during college. This led Sarah to the University of North Carolina School of Law, where she focused on education and family law.
In 2021, Sarah married her husband, Benjamin, who is a member of the North Carolina Army National Guard. Her experience as a military spouse drew her to our firm, where she can apply her passion to helping servicemembers and their spouses. Although they met in North Carolina, Benjamin and Sarah actually grew up 20 minutes away from each other outside Boston, Massachusetts. They now live in Clayton with their Doberman pup, Brady, named after Tom Brady.
In her free time, Sarah spends time training and playing with her dog, reading, and horseback riding. She also volunteers as a Guardian ad Litem in Johnston County. Sarah has lived in 11 states and is excited to now call North Carolina her permanent home.
2019, North Carolina State Bar
2019, U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
University of North Carolina School of Law (J.D.), May 2019
– Vice President of Child Action (2017-18)
The George Washington University (B.A. History, Sociology minor and Dance minor), May 2015 Magna Cum Laude
Spanish – Intermediate/Working Proficiency