Sarah C. Stevens
Sarah Stevens is an associate in the firm's Kansas City office who focuses her practice on assisting clients on labor, employment and higher education matters, as well as with their business immigration needs.
Sarah is an investigator with trainED, focusing on sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, gender-related violence, and protected class discrimination and harassment cases on behalf of higher education institutions. Having received specialized training in conducting investigations pertaining to Title IX, VAWA, Clery Act, and other student and faculty issues, Sarah is equipped to carry out complex investigations in these areas. She also assists colleges and universities with facilitating the review of evidence, reports, and other information by parties and school officials involved in the investigation process.
Sarah first joined the firm in 2019 as a summer associate, where she applied her research and writing skills to brief attorneys in the areas of labor and employment, immigration, intellectual property, tort law, and class actions. She returned as a law clerk for the firm’s Labor, Employment, and Higher Education practice group during her final year of law school.
Prior to joining the firm as an associate, Sarah served as an intern for the Honorable Stephen R. Bough in the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri, as well as served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Cynthia L. Martin in the Missouri Court of Appeals in the Western District. During law school, Sarah was the Editor-in-Chief of the UMKC Law Review, where she worked closely with Judge Bough to develop a Symposium issue on multidistrict litigation that was disseminated to all United States District Court Judges. Before attending law school, Sarah was a paralegal where she gained experience managing several cases from inception through trial, including multidistrict litigation and employment discrimination matters. Sarah also holds a Master’s degree in Translation and Interpreting, and has studied French, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. She is a published translator of several novels.
A devoted equestrian, Sarah can often be found at the barn with her beloved horse, Disco. She also enjoys volunteering for a therapeutic riding center, where she helps children with special needs gain confidence and develop motor and cognitive skills through equine-assisted activities and therapies.
- Author, Invisible Touch: Analyzing the Language Conduit Theory Through the Lens of Translation and Interpreting Principles, 88 UMKC L. REV. 771 (2020)
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2345 Grand Blvd.Suite 2200Kansas City, MO 64108
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri
University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Law, J.D. cum laude, 2021
- Charles E. Whittaker Award for Academic Excellence
- Dean's List
- Phi Delta Phi
- UMKC Law Review – Editor-in-Chief
- Chief Justice of the UMKC Law Honor Court
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, M.A. in Translation and Interpreting, 2015
- Phi Kappa Phi
Scripps College, B.A. in Foreign Languages, 2013