Sarah Hopkins focuses her practice on the representation of condominium, homeowner, and townhome community associations.
Sarah uses her previous industry experiences to work efficiently on behalf of her clients while also ensuring that they are receiving the best possible service and outcomes.
Sarah earned her Juris Doctorate from UIC School of Law and attended the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee for undergraduate studies, where she majored in Business.
While attending the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law, Sarah served on the board of UIC’s Law Review, where she published an article pertaining to social distancing regulations in New York. Additionally, she served on UIC’s Moot Court Board and served as a Legal Intern at UIC’s Fair Housing Legal Clinic where she hosted seminars to educate the public on fair housing law and providing legal assistance to individuals facing discriminatory housing practices.
Sarah clerked for Rapoport, Weisberg & Sims P.C. where she worked on private injury cases.
• A Tale of Two Cities: Interpreting Racial Disparity in Enforcement of Stay-at-home Orders & Social Distancing Rules in New York, 55 UIC L. Rev. 485 (2022) https://repository.law.uic.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2875&context=lawreview