Sarah A. Kellogg
Sarah A. Kellogg is a skilled Wyoming personal injury attorney and an associate at The Spence Law Firm. When connecting with clients, Sarah employs a personable approach. She provides open communication and is always accessible for her clients, available to answer their questions or simply be a listening ear when they need to vent. Offering a friendly and relatable approach, Sarah strives to work on cases that she feels passionately about. She is exceptional at prioritizing important details and channeling her energy appropriately when dealing with each unique case.
Sarah grew up in White Plains, New York where she attended White Plains High School. In 2009, she graduated from Colgate University magna cum laude and was in the top 10% of her class. She was also selected to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society and played four years of Division I lacrosse during her time at Colgate.
After graduating, Sarah spent two years working as a ski instructor in Jackson, Wyoming and was also a white water rafting guide and a hostess in a restaurant. In 2014, she graduated from Boston College School of Law magna cum laude. She was selected to Order of the Coif and was in the top 5% of her class. While in law school, Sarah was an articles editor on the Boston College Law Review.
Though her career thus far has been relatively short, Sarah is confident that her defining moments lie ahead of her. She was recently able to successfully represent a client in a business dispute brought as arbitration. Sarah feels a sense of victory each time she wins a motion, and does all she can to ensure the best possible outcome for her clients.
In her free time, Sarah is the head coach of the high school girls’ lacrosse team through the Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club. She is also the current president of the Wyoming Young Lawyers Section (term to end September 2017) and the Wyoming Young Lawyer Delegate to the American Bar Association, for which she was recently re-elected for another term. Sarah enjoys skiing, hiking, sailing, and learning to fly-fish.
Sarah’s professional memberships include:
- Wyoming State Bar Association
- Idaho State Bar Association (admission pending)
- Wyoming Young Lawyers Section, President
- Wyoming Young Lawyer Representatives to the ABA House of Delegates
- Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, Member