Sarah M. Engster is an associate attorney concentrating her practice in the areas of civil litigation and criminal defense in local, county and Supreme courts throughout the State of New York. practice.
Ms. Engster joined Teresi & Little shortly after graduating from Albany Law School of Union College in 2015. She graduated from American University in 2008, having earned a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies: Communications, Law, Economics, and Government. While attending Albany Law School, Ms. Engster was a Research Assistant to Professor Patrick M. Connors, Editor in Chief of the Center for Judicial Process, and an Associate Editor of the Albany Law Review.
Prior to joining Teresi & Little, Ms. Engster gained practical experience as a judicial intern to the Hon. Christine M. Clark, Supreme Court Appellate Division, Third Department; an intern with the Albany County Office of the Public Defender; and as a legal intern at Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP. Ms. Engster previously worked as a litigation clerk in Washington, D.C. at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP in the firms Patent Litigation practice.