Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School, 2020
Brigham Young University, Secondary Education, 2015


Utah State Bar
United States District Court for the District of Utah

Sarah Potter


Sarah practices family law exclusively. She has been practicing family law since her graduation from Brigham Young University’s J. Rueben Clark Law School in 2020. After an internship with a large regional law firm, Sarah quickly realized her passion was working with individuals as opposed to corporations. She quickly realized family law involved the most pressing and emotional issues one can face, and she felt passionate about bringing assistance to those struggling through the process. Sarah’s personable and calm demeanor aids her clients in all aspects of family law matters.

While in law school, Sarah served as a Note and Comment Editor of the Journal of Public Law, specifically focusing on Home and Marriage. She worked as a pro bono attorney her 3L year in the Civil Litigation Legal Clinic, where she successfully helped clients navigate their Social Security cases and various landlord/tenant actions. She also worked pro bono in the Criminal Defense Legal Clinic through Boston College where she frequently traveled to high security prisons throughout Boston to defend inmates in their informal behavior trials.

Sarah is a Teach for America alumni. She spent two years living in Dallas, Texas, teaching reading and social science to 9 th grade students at W.W. Samuell High School. Her first-year teaching, her students had the highest test scores in the district, with one of her classes boasting a 100 percent pass rate for the first time in the school’s history. Prior to that experience, Sarah attended Brigham Young University, where she received her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education and was a member of both the BYU Cross Country and Track & Field teams. Sarah received All-Academic Honors for every semester, and also received the West Coast Conference Freshman of The Year, while she competed there.