Sarah C. Collins is an Associate Attorney at The Manassas Law Group PC in Virginia. She focuses on practice areas like Divorce, Child Custody, Visitation, Child Support, Spousal Support, Marital Settlement Agreements, Traffic Offenses, Misdemeanor Offenses, and Felony Offenses.
The Young Lawyers Conference of the Virginia State Bar honored her with the Significant Service Award in 2017. She attended the University of Michigan and obtained her Bachelor’s of Arts in 2009 with major in Public Policy and minor in German as well as Program in the Environment.
She later joined the George Mason University School of Law located in Arlington, Virginia. While studying there, she served as a research editor for the George Mason Law Review, President of the American Constitution Society, Vice-President of Programs for the VBA Pro Bono Society, Clerk at the Phi Alpha Delta Society, Vice President of the Environmental Law Society, and a 3L Representative.
Sarah Collins completed her Juris Doctorate Cum Laude in 2013 and obtained the license to practice law in Virginia in the same year. From 2013 to 2015, she served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Judge Lon Farris in the Prince William County Circuit Court.
The law firm Maureen A. Kersey, PLLC appointed her as an associate attorney in 2015. She started working with Livesay & Myers, P.C. at the same designation in 2016. She focused on family law and represented clients in Manassas, Prince William County and throughout Northern Virginia while working there. She later joined The Manassas Law Group, P.C. in 2017.
The National Association of Women Judges awarded her the Equal Access to Justice Scholarship in 2012. The Office of the Executive Secretary at the Supreme Court of Virginia certified her as Guardian ad Litem in 2015.
Attorney Sarah Collins is an active member of several professional associations including the Prince William County Bar Association, the Family Law Section of the Virginia State Bar, and the Virginia Women Attorneys Association.
She serves as the Chair of the Young Lawyers Group of the Prince William County Bar Association, and co-chair of the Domestic Violence Safety Project at the Young Lawyers Conference at Virginia State Bar. She serves as a mentor at the Beat The Odds Program at the Prince William County Bar Association.
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