Sara Bryant serves clients at Roman Law Firm as a skilled paralegal and licensed notary public, leveraging legal expertise across litigation matters, document preparation, legal research, and client communications. She is passionate about developing her talents to further grow into a lawyer role in the years ahead.
As Legal Assistant Sara supported civil litigation efforts including pleading drafting, evidence collection, motion filing, and hearing scheduling. She kept clients’ cases organized and on track in preparation for attorney review while monitoring legal changes that could impact their matters.
Sara also gained relevant experience as Legal Assistant/Collector for Cullimore & Coleman where she administered demand letters, facilitated payments, and liaised between properties, tenants, courts, and the firm. There she managed the filing of civil complaints, surfaced errors to correct, and maintained updated electronic records.
In addition to honing her skills in professional roles, Sara built foundational abilities in research, writing, public speaking, project management, and more as President of her university’s Women’s Volleyball Club. She held additional campus leadership roles in sorority recruitment and event planning. Further supplementing over 5 years of legal exposure, Sara recently completed her Master of Legal Studies from Pepperdine Caruso School of Law. She stays actively engaged in the legal community as a member of key paralegal associations. When not working tirelessly for attorney partners and clients, Sara enjoys fitness, graphic design, and nonprofit volunteering.
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