Sarah E. Wilson is an associate attorney with BrownWinick and has a general practice, including, but not limited to, health law, litigation, data security, business and corporate law, family law (specifically, adoption and surrogacy law) and administrative law.
Sarah graduated from Iowa State University in 2010, receiving her B.A. in Criminal Justice and B.A. in Spanish along with minors in Political Science and Sociology.
In 2017 Sarah received her J.D., with honors, from Drake University Law School with a Certification in Health Law and Public Service. During law school Sarah was President/Secretary of the Health Law Student Association; Secretary of the Drake Law Women; Student Ambassador; a member of Delta Theta Phi and the Hispanic Latino Law Student Association. During law school, Sarah was a law student intern for the Attorney Disciplinary Board at the Iowa Judicial Branch, represented the Program Integrity Department at AmeriHealth Caritas Iowa, was a certified student attorney at the Drake Legal Clinic – Juvenile Delinquency Clinic and at the Legal Aid Society of Story County. In her second year of law school Sarah was the recipient of the Eighth Annual Katherine Finn Milleman Scholarship Award, awarded by the Story County Bar Association and District Court Judge Timothy Finn.
Sarah received her Master of Health Care Administration from Des Moines University in May of 2017.
From August 2018 to January 2018, prior to joining the BrownWinick law firm as an associate, Sarah served as the judicial law clerk for Chief Judge Kurt Wilke of the Second Judicial District of Iowa, as well as other District Court Judges of the 2B Judicial Sub-district.
Sarah was admitted to the Iowa bar in September 2017 and is a member of the Polk County, Iowa State, and American Bar Associations. She is also a member of the American Health Lawyers Association, the Iowa Society of Healthcare Attorneys, the Health Care Compliance Association, Polk County Women Attorneys, and the Iowa Organization of Women Attorneys.