C17-002 - Pre-trial conference - Friday, July 6, 2018 - 9:00 a.m. Palm Beach County Robert Weisman Governmental Center - 6th floor BCC Chamber
Monthly Meeting - Thursday, July 9, 2018- 1:30 p.m. - Palm Beach County Robert Weisman Governmental Center - 6th floor BCC Chambers
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C17-002 - Final Hearing - Monday, July 16, 2018 - 9:00 a.m. Palm Beach County Robert Weisman Governmental Center - 6th floor BCC Chamber
C17-002 - Final Hearing - Day 2 if needed - Friday, July 20, 2018 9:00 a.m. Palm Beach County Robert Weisman Governmental Center - 6th floor BCC Chamber
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Sarah Shullman is the South Florida Bureau Chief of the Florida Office of the Attorney General, where she conducts investigations and civil prosecutions of persons engaged in fraud and deceptive trade practices. Previously, Sarah served Palm Beach County as a Civil Traffic Hearing Officer for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit and practiced in business and finance litigation at Steel Hector & Davis and Squire, Sanders & Dempsey LLP. She was recently named a "Top Government Lawyer" in Florida Trend's Legal Elite and was selected as a "Leader in the Law" by the Florida Association for Women Lawyers.
Sarah earned her law degree magna cum laude from Georgetown and her business degree with honors from the University of Florida. Upon graduation, she published The Illusion of Devil's Advocacy: How the Justices of the Supreme Court Foreshadow Their Decisions During Oral Argument, in The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process. Dedicated to her local community, she serves on the Board of Managers for the Boys & Girls Club of Wellington and was a founding member of the Young Professionals of Wellington. She is also active in the legal community, serving on various committees of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, Palm Beach County Bar Association, and The Florida Bar. Sarah frequently speaks at fraud seminars, and prior to her appointment, served as a Volunteer Advocate for the Commission on Ethics.