Sarah Spear

Sarah Spear received her J.D. in May 2006 from Florida Coastal School of Law, and is now pursuing an L.L.M in Taxation, also at FCSL. She received her B.S. in English Literature with a minor in Financial Economics from Vanderbilt University in 2003. In law school, Sarah served as a Research Assistant for Professor Alexander Moody, assisting him with gathering empirical data relating to Delaware appraisal rights. Additionally, Sarah served as recruitment officer for the United Way's Real Sense Prosperity Campaign and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance ("VITA") Program. Before entering law school, Sarah worked for U.S. Senator Bob Graham as a Constituent Advocate in the fields of Social Security and Medicare.

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