Sarah C. Cloud
Sarah grew up in Pasadena, Texas with her mother and father. As an only child, she built a strong relationship with her parents that continues on to this day. As the daughter of a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), Sarah saw firsthand how lives are changed through the judicial system. Because of this, Sarah has always carried a passion for helping others and fighting for what is just and right. Her passion for justice lead her to seek an undergraduate degree in Legal Studies and eventually attend law school.
Sarah graduated Cum Laude in 2015 from the University of Houston-Clear Lake with a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies degree. During her time at the University Houston-Clear Lake, Sarah was able to participate in mock trials, become the secretary of the Legal Studies Association, and obtain training to become a certified mediator.
In 2018, Sarah graduated from South Texas College of Law-Houston and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas that same year. During her time at South Texas, Sarah received honors in both academics and competitive trial advocacy. She received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Texas Trial and Appellate Procedure while also being named on the Dean’s List. Further, Sarah had the privilege of representing South Texas at numerous mock trial competitions as a varsity advocate. Among other mock trial achievements, Sarah was able to bring home both a National Championship and a Best Opening Statement Award from the Sandra Day O’Connor Law and Science Mock Trial Competition.
After receiving her license to practice law in the State of Texas, Sarah pursued her passion as a personal injury lawyer. In 2020, Sarah was selected by the American Academy of Attorneys as the Top 40 Under 40 for Personal Injury Law. Sarah continues her passion for helping others and fighting for what is just and right. She believes that every client deserves the best possible representation. Because of this, Sarah handles all cases professionally and sensibly while zealously advocating for her clients.
Sarah is admitted to practice law in the State of Texas as well as the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.