Sara Miller NYU Law Review
Sara grew up in Brooklyn, San Francisco, Seoul, and a rural town in southern Missouri called Waynesville. Before law school she worked in social policy research and as a freelance photographer. Sara is the Managing Editor of Law Review and has interned at The Bail Project and at Rothner, Segall & Greenstone as a Peggy Browning Fellow. She’s also worked on expungement petitions with A New Way of Life’s Reentry Clinic in Los Angeles, served as a board member for NYU’s Ending the Prison Industrial Complex, and is currently working with immigrant youth at her externship with The Door. Sara hopes to work as a movement lawyer alongside communities advocating for the abolition of all state-sanctioned violence.