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Sandy defies the saying that a jack of all trades is a master of none. Sandy is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer who is currently retraining a really big dog: an off-the-track Thoroughbred racehorse.
Before joining Scribe, Sandy was a public defender in the City of Richmond for seven years. She represented indigent clients charged with a range of felony and misdemeanor offenses in all levels of trial and appellate state court.
From the trenches of general district court all the way to the Supreme Court of Virginia, including an en banc hearing before the full Court of Appeals, she never had a dull day. Prior to that, she cut her teeth on federal law as a clerk for the Honorable Henry E. Hudson, Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, where she worked on patent law disputes, criminal cases, and employment discrimination matters.
Sandy previously worked as an environmental consultant in Charlottesville, Virginia, focusing on hazardous materials and their effects on human health.Thoroughbred racehorse.
Sandy attended law school at the University of Richmond, where of course she had to do a little bit of everything! She participated in practically every extracurricular activity available, serving as a manuscript editor for the Law Review, a member of the Moot Court Board, an admissions representative, a writer for the student newspaper, and the head teaching assistant for property and environmental law classes.
While in law school, she received an Outstanding Student Award from the National Association of Women Lawyers and was a finalist in the Virginia State Bar’s Oliver White Hill Law Student Pro Bono Award.She received a master’s degree from the University of Virginia after studying circadian rhythms in the Neuroscience Graduate Program and has a bachelor’s degree in biology with a chemistry minor from Virginia Tech. She loves learning about new subjects and translating them into language anyone can understand.