Law School Education Helps Alumna Launch DC Regulatory and Compliance Career
Public Policy & Regulation attorney Sara Klock was interviewed by the University of Miami School of Law about her path to a career as a regulatory attorney in Washington, D.C. She discusses her time at Miami Law including her role as senior writing editor and articles & comments editor for the University of Miami Law Review. She graduated from Miami Law magna cum laude and served as a clerk to the Honorable Mark M. Dowd, an administrative law judge for the DEA. Her experience at the DEA gave her perspective, from both litigation and regulatory standpoint that she continues to use in her daily practice in the firm's Public Policy & Regulation group.
Her practice focuses on FDA, USDA, and DEA regulated productions (food, drugs, biologics, and medical devices). “I help clients get their products to the market, stay on the market, and avoid regulatory enforcement; assist clients with their federal and state legislative and regulatory advocacy efforts; and routinely perform due diligence and evaluate risks in commercial transactions,” said Ms. Klock.