Sarah Bourdet is a hearing attorney at Nash Disability Law. She advocates for clients by arguing their cases before administrative law judges, cross-examining medical and vocational experts, and drafting Appeals Council briefs.
Prior to joining Nash, Sarah worked at a creditor’s rights firm, where she represented clients in hearings before circuit court and administrative law judges.
She attended Central Michigan University, where she studied broadcasting and worked for a public television station before moving to Chicago in 2010 to attend law school.
She graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law in 2013 with a certificate in advocacy. During law school, she worked as a student clinician in the Loyola Child Law Clinic, representing children in juvenile court and divorce proceedings. She also competed as a member of the Jessup International Moot Court.