Sarah Crowley

Sarah joined EBCLC’s Clean Slate practice in 2013 to lead the group’s impact litigation efforts challenging systemic barriers to employment, licensing, and civic participation for people with criminal records. She brings extensive experience litigating complex civil rights cases in state and federal court, most recently with the San Francisco firm Gross Belsky Alonso and the New York City civil rights firm Neufeld Scheck & Brustin. Sarah was previously a law clerk for United States District Judge Lawrence M. McKenna, Southern District of New York. She is a graduate of Columbia Law School, where she was president of Impact, a national voting rights’ organization, represented prisoners in parole proceedings through the Columbia Prisoners and Families Clinic, and represented prisoners pursuing capital appeals at the Center for Death Penalty Litigation in Durham, North Carolina. Sarah has also worked at the Legal Aid Society and Children’s Rights, both in New York City, and taught English at Khon Kaen University in Thailand, through the Princeton-in-Asia graduate fellowship program.