Sarah Huff grew up in Denver, Colorado before moving to Dallas, Texas to attend Southern Methodist University. There, she received her bachelor’s degree in political science. After college, she attended University of San Diego School of Law, where she received her Juris Doctor.
During law school, Ms. Huff was a member of the National Mock Trial Team and competed for four seasons, twice at the nation’s top mock trial tournament. She earned the Michael T. Thorsnes Trial Advocacy Award for the outstanding National Mock Trial team member. Ms. Huff participated in the University of San Diego Civil Clinic, as well as the University of San Diego Appellate Clinic. While working at the Appellate Clinic, she co-wrote two briefs and was selected for oral argument before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Ms. Huff also clerked for the Office of the United States Attorneys. She was awarded the California State Bar’s Wiley W. Manuel Award and USD School of Law’s Pro Bono Service Recognition for providing over 100 hours of pro bono work during law school.
Ms. Huff began working with Adler Law Group, APLC, in the summer of 2020 and primarily works on wildfire litigation and Roundup product liability cases.