Sarah Baldwin serves as Research Editor for the Cumberland Law Review. She graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in April 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in English literature.
While at Cumberland Sarah has been awarded various honors and awards, including Scholar of Merit awards in the following classes: Civil Procedure I; Criminal Law; Evidence; Real Property; Juvenile Justice; Criminal Procedure I; Business Organizations; American Constitutional History; Wills, Trusts, & Estates; and Constitutional Law I & II.
In addition, Sarah is involved in numerous extracurricular activities such as Women in Law and the Alabama Student Bar Association. She also serves as a Caruthers Fellow, is the Student Coordinator for the Center for Children, Law, and Ethics, and is a pupil in the Judge James Edwin Horton Inn of Court.
In her free time Sarah enjoys reading, listening to true crime podcasts, and baking. Her interests include American literature, abnormal psychology, folklore, and wrongful conviction activism.
Click here to read Sarah’s article on New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. City of New York.
Also read Sarah’s article regarding Doe v. Valencia College.