About Sarah M. Scruton
Sarah Scruton has a wide-ranging litigation practice, involving issues such as contracts, fraud and insurance matters. She assists clients with complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts across the country.
Dedication to detail and innovation
Sarah's broad practice gives her a wide range of experience to draw upon when brainstorming solutions for clients. Applying her dedication to detail and creativity, Sarah is able to craft individually tailored strategies for all of her clients' litigation issues.
Sarah also maintains an active pro bono practice. She is an active volunteer with the Pro Bono Project at Ascend Justice (formerly known as the Domestic Violence Legal Clinic) and also assists with asylum cases in partnership with the National Immigrant Justice Center.
Prior to joining Katten, Sarah worked as a paralegal at a complex civil litigation boutique. During law school, Sarah served as executive technical editor for the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender. She also worked as the Food Justice team leader for the Mississippi Delta Project at Harvard Law School.