Sarah Kolick


Licensed in Ohio, Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Texas, and New York, Attorney Sarah Kolick’s legal acumen crosses state lines, enabling her to address a wide range of legal challenges with agility and insight.

Since joining Minc Law, Sarah has applied her skills to protect and restore the reputations of individuals and businesses alike. Her background in handling sensitive issues such as elder abuse and domestic violence, gained during her tenure at The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, has equipped her with a unique perspective on the intricacies of safety, privacy, and reputation management. Sarah’s approach is characterized by a combination of technical legal prowess and a profound understanding of the personal impact of online defamation and harassment.

Her legal journey has been marked by significant experiences that have honed her advocacy skills. Internships at the Amara Legal Center and Human Rights First exposed her to the harsh realities of sex trafficking and asylum law, respectively, enriching her with the ability to navigate complex legal landscapes with compassion and determination.

Sarah’s academic credentials, including a J.D. with Honors from The George Washington University School of Law and B.A. in Government and East Asian Languages from Smith College, provide a solid and critical foundation for her legal practice. Here, she was actively engaged in clinics and associations, further cementing her passion for advocating on behalf of marginalized communities.

In her life outside the firm, Sarah is a skilled harpist, and her proficiency in multiple languages, including Mandarin Chinese, adds to her diverse skill set.

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Civic Involvement

  • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, Member
  • Ohio State Bar Association, Member
  • Lorain County Bar Association, Member
  • New York City Bar Association, Member

Bar Admissions

  • Ohio (November 14, 2022)
  • Pennsylvania (July 5, 2023)
  • District of Columbia (October 22, 2023)
  • Maryland (November 3, 2023)
  • New Jersey (November 22, 2023)
  • Texas (December 7, 2023)
  • New York (March 5, 2024)


Smith College
B.A. in Government and East Asian Languages

  • Activities: Celtic Ensemble (Harpist); Orchestra (Harpist); Wind Ensemble (Harpist)
  • Work: Student Assistant (Chinese Department); Peer Language Tutor (Chinese Department)
  • Volunteer: Ames Hospice (Harpist); LGBT Community Center of Cleveland; Liaison for the Korean Department;
    House Council Member; Ohio Democratic Party (Steve Dettelbach Campaign)
  • Honors: Dean’s List (All Semesters); Ettie Chin Hong ’36 Prize (2019); The Dawes Prize (2019); Pi Sigma Alpha (2019)
  • Thesis: Blood Diamonds and Kosher Ham Sandwiches (Awarded Highest Honors)

The George Washington University School of Law
J.D. With Honors

  • Activities: Domestic Violence Project Clinic (Fall 2020); Legal Association for Women; Lambda Law
  • Work: Tutor for Torts, Civil Produce, International Law and Professional Ethics (GWU Law);
    Comparative Law Research Assistant (GWU Law); Legally Queer Research Assistant (Northeastern)
  • Volunteer: The DC Center for the LGBT Community; Loyola Innocence Project; Smith College Club
  • Honors: Phi Delta Phi Award (2022); Pro Bono Service Award (2022); Merit Scholarship (All Semesters);
    Patrick Malone Scholarship (Fall 2019); George Washington Scholar (Fall 2019, Fall 2020);
    Thurgood Marshall Scholar (Spring 2021, Fall 2021); Murray Snyder Scholarship (2020; 2021)


  • 25 Under 35 Award, Saint Joseph Academy, Received on June 17, 2023.


  • Mandarin Chinese (Advanced)
  • Japanese (Intermediate)
  • Korean (Novice)
  • Hebrew (Elementary)

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