Sarah Booher is a graduate of the College of William and Mary, where she double majored in Public Policy and American Studies. After moving to Tennessee, she attended the University of Tennessee, where she received her Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning. Sarah was the Planner for Anderson County for five years before she could no longer resist the urge to go to law school. She attended Lincoln Memorial University’s Duncan School of Law, where she was active in Moot Court, Inns of Court, the Federalist Society, OutLaw, the TBA Young Lawyer Division, and was a presenter at the 2015 Igniting Legal Teaching Conference. Sarah received her limited license in 2015, where she served as an Assistant Public Defender for the indigent citizens of the 8th Judicial District (Campbell, Claiborne, Union, Scott, and Fentress counties) in General Sessions Court, Circuit Court, and Criminal Court. Sarah graduated second in her class in 2016, a year after coming to Ogle, Elrod, & Baril as a law clerk.
Sarah practices personal injury, workers compensation, and family law at the firm. She is a member of the Knoxville Bar Association, and writes a bi-monthly column for their Dicta publication. She is also a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys home improvements, attending concerts, playing trivia and Singo with Knox Trivia Guys, and hanging out with her dog.