Sharon has more than a decade of experience as both a paralegal and a manager of legal professionals. Sharon first got a taste for law as a paralegal at a firm during breaks from college, preparing documents for trial and compiling a database of testimonies and reports for the firm’s experts.
After graduating with her bachelor’s degree in 2009, Sharon began her paralegal career at the United States Department of Justice in the Civil Division. It was there that she went to her first trial and fell in love with the experience.
Since then, Sharon has gained extensive experience supporting a wide variety of matters and at all stages of litigation, including civil and criminal litigation and trials, investigations, antitrust cases, product liability matters, and matters in family court.
Sharon has worked on cases at all levels including state courts, federal district courts, federal appellate courts, and the United States Supreme Court.
Sharon has also been a guest trainer for the Federal Appellate Practice Clinic at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law.
Throughout her career, Sharon has enjoyed working with, supporting, and managing legal support staff, vendors, and expert witnesses. She has previously overseen teams of as many as 25 people and has significant experience maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of law firms large and small, all with the goal of providing the best results and services for clients.
Sharon continuously seeks to build her skillset and pursue educational opportunities, most recently completing a leadership certificate course through the University of Michigan.
In her spare time, Sharon volunteers with a dog rescue organization and enjoys traveling, crocheting, and spending time with her two beagles.