Sarah Steinfeld joined Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder in 2015 as the firm's third Theodore I. Koskoff Trial Advocacy Fellow. Sarah is a strong advocate for justice and is dedicated to preserving that justice for the clients with whom she works.
Sarah has joined the Koskoff team bringing suit on behalf of ten families against the manufacturer, distributor, and seller of the weapon used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. She has also worked on a variety of medical malpractice, personal injury, and civil rights cases.
Sarah is a 2012 graduate of Columbia Law School, where she was a research assistant for several professors and an active member of the Law Students for Reproductive Justice Board. While at Columbia, she was a clinic student at the school's Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic.
Prior to joining Koskoff as a Trial Advocacy Fellow, Sarah was a law clerk to The Honorable Jeffrey Alker Meyer in Bridgeport, CT. She also clerked at the Boston Immigration Court. Before law school, Sarah worked at the Massachusetts office of Planned Parenthood, managing a statewide municipal and legislative advocacy program promoting school-based health education. Sarah received a BA in sociology and gender studies from Oberlin College.
Year Joined Firm
Areas of Practice
- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury
- Connecticut, 2012
- Massachusetts, 2012
- Columbia Law School, New York, New York
- Honors: Law Students for Reproductive Justice Board, Member
- Honors: Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic, Clinic Student
- Oberlin College
- Major: Sociology and Gender Studies
Past Employment Positions
- The Honorable Jeffrey Alker Meyer in Bridgeport, CT, Law Clerk
Pro Bono Activities
- Middletown Refugee Resettlement Coalition – Steering Committee
- Statewide Women’s Health Organization – Board Member