Sarah Howie

50 Congress St. STE 420
Boston, MA
Phone: 617-523-7771


Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts


  • B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
  • J.D., Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA (Cum Laude)


  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys


For as long as she can remember, Sarah dedicated her life to helping others. Even if it meant going against her peers, she was not easily deterred from lending a helping hand or standing up for others in need.

Sarah is known by her friends and family as always being up for a challenge. From a young age, she pushed the envelope, tried new things, and never backed down from fighting for what she truly believes. Many times, she chooses to do things just to see if she can. Sarah credits this philosophy on life for her perseverance, competitiveness, and tenacity.

Growing up in Florida gave Sarah the opportunity to fall in love with the outdoors. Her happy place is on a boat with the sun on her face. If she couldn’t be on the water, she filled her time with playing soccer, running the local trails, or training with her horse.

She attended the University of Central Florida, earning a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, with focuses in Communication, Education, and Legal Studies. Throughout her life, Sarah’s non-legal careers included mixologist, bar manager, preschool teacher, and costume designer. Each profession taught her skills and lessons she still employs in her daily life.

For nearly a decade prior to starting law school, Sarah was elbow deep in the legal world. Working for law firms of all sizes provided her with the opportunity to assist in every aspect of personal injury cases, from the moment a client walked into the office all the way through jury verdicts. The time spent in the background guided her through understanding the dynamics of a case and how to zealously advocate for clients. She still utilizes those skills to provide passionate and informed representation for her clients.

Sarah attributes her ability to stay calm under pressure and deal with unexpected change to growing up with a close-knit family. In 2018, Sarah’s father underwent his second kidney transplant, with her uncle being the living donor. This selfless act of her family rallying to provide for one another became the final push she needed pursue her dream of becoming a trial attorney.

After nearly three decades of sun and sand, she and her cat shipped up to Boston for law school. Sarah attended Suffolk University Law School, graduating cum laude in 2022 in the top 50 of her class with Distinction in the Trial and Appellate Advocacy concentration. Sarah competed for three years on Suffolk Law’s nationally acclaimed mock trial team. As a member of Suffolk’s Accelerator to Practice program, Sarah was a 3.03 certified student attorney, representing indigent clients in landlord/tenant disputes in district and housing court. She received numerous awards and accolades during her time at Suffolk Law, including being a Dean’s List student, a Trustee Scholarship recipient, Boston Inn of Court John Harrington Scholar, and a Harold Goodwin award recipient. Her proudest moment as a Suffolk Law student was being chosen to represent the student body as the commencement speaker.

In her first two years practicing law, Sarah tried three cases to verdict, securing nearly two million dollars for her clients. Sarah often meets her clients and their families whenever and wherever it is convenient for them, gaining a better understanding of how injuries affect her clients on a personal level. Knowing her clients as individuals rather than by their injuries gives her an edge over the insurance companies looking to undervalue the impact of the harm their insureds cause.

When she is not with her clients or in court, Sarah coaches the award-winning Suffolk University Law School National Mock Trial Team. Sarah values sharing her passion for trial advocacy with the next generation of lawyers. She also mentors aspiring female trial attorneys in hopes that her story will motivate other women to find their place in a male-dominated field.

Personally, Sarah can be found at a concert, watching sports, or traveling. Every year, she visits her hometown for Gasparilla, a pirate celebration and parade that she proudly participated in for ten years. She also commits time to promoting causes close to her heart, including organ transplant advocacy, access to justice programs, and supporting equal protection groups.