Sarah K. Deutsch concentrates her legal practice in civil and commercial litigation and securities litigation. Sarah has experience practicing before state and federal courts, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the Arizona Corporation Commission Securities Division and the American Arbitration Association.
Sarah graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School, cum laude and Order of the Coif, where she earned a Juris Doctor. During law school, Sarah was a Member and Articles Editor of the Wisconsin Law Review and participated in the Unemployment Appeals Clinic. In her third year of law school, Sarah was a legal research and writing teaching assistant, and a judicial intern to the Honorable Judge Barbara B. Crabb of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin.
Prior to law school, Sarah graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University and the Barrett Honors College with a Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies. As an undergraduate, Sarah co-authored two articles on the popular television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and its effects on society.
Sarah is a transplant from Wisconsin. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and therapy dog, doing pilates and volunteering. Sarah was honored by The Junior League of Phoenix with the 2014 Sandra Day O’Connor Community Service Award.