Sarah Ingles is an associate attorney practicing in wage and hour litigation, the labor department, and handling some workers compensation matters. Ms. Ingles works with both public sector and private sector labor organizations. She also represents employees with unpaid wages or overtime issues and other employment issues. She is fluent in English and Spanish and works with clients in both languages.
Ms. Ingles received her B.A. from Ohio Wesleyan University, where she focused her studies on globalism and economic sustainability post-NAFTA. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Ingles worked as a community organizer and fundraiser at an international non-profit and as a financial advisor for a regional financial firm.
Ms. Ingles graduated from Capital University Law School’s evening program with academic honors and pro bono honors. During her time in law school she was the Executive Articles Editor on the Law Review, was named ABA Moot Court Regional Champion, served as the President of the Labor and Employment Association, and was a Marshall-Brennan fellow. Ms. Ingles’ law review article published in the Capital University Law Review and she has written other articles and blog posts for various journals and legal organizations.
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