Sarah Siracusa, Esq.



While attending high school in her hometown of Clarence, New York, Sarah was a member of the mock trial team.  She fell in love with the courtroom and trying cases, and it was this love that inspired her to pursue her dream of becoming a lawyer.

Sarah attended Fordham University where she graduated with honors, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration.  She then attended SUNY Buffalo Law School, where she earned her Juris Doctor in 2014.  During law school, Sarah was a member of the trial advocacy team and received the Robert J. Connelly Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy.  She was also a member of the Buffalo Law School Trial Advocates Program----the student chapter of The American Board of Trial Advocates----and contributed to The Buffalo Journal of Gender, Law & Social Policy.

Before joining Dempsey & Dempsey, Sarah worked for William Mattar Law Offices.  Prior to that she worked as a law clerk for several judges and externed with The Office of the New York State Attorney General.  

Ms. Siracusa can be reached by telephone at (716) 885-8646 Ext. 128


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