Sarah P. Moreland, Esq. is a Pennsylvania lobbyist and practicing attorney. As a member of the Regulatory and Government Affairs team, Sarah assists clients with advocacy, analysis, research and other government relations matters that involve federal, state and local regulatory bodies and rules. She also supports the Environmental, Workplace Safety and Utilities team as well as Real Estate and their work with governmental bodies. 

Sarah has first-hand experience in public policy research and analysis having served in a variety of advisory roles with the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, most recently as legal counsel and senior analyst for the House Finance Committee. In that role, she advised House members on state and federal laws, especially concerning taxation and fiscal policy. During her tenure with the House, she gained invaluable experience. She has drafted and administered legislation from inception to enactment, learning the art of negotiations to achieve desired outcomes among competing interests in and outside of the capitol. Sarah has experience organizing and conducting public hearings on important and emerging issues in Pennsylvania, and she leverages her experience in the public policy arena to drive positive outcomes for her clients. Sarah has spent seven years working under the dome of the Pennsylvania state capitol and is a respected colleague and friend to many. 

Prior to beginning her legal career with the state House, she completed a legal externship with the House Majority Chief Counsel’s Office, served as a legislative secretary and cut her teeth in state government as a Bipartisan Management Committee Legislative Fellow, where her passion for the legislative process and public policy was affirmed. While completing her fellowship, she was assigned to the House Local Government Committee. 

Sarah earned her J.D. from Widener University Commonwealth Law School, where she worked with Prof. Christopher J. Robinette as a legal research assistant identifying and briefing cases for inclusion in Harper, James and Gray on Torts. Before law school, Sarah worked as a Logistics Planner for DHL Supply Chain and also served as a clerk for the Dauphin County Department of Elections and Voter Registration. She earned her B.S. in Business Administration from Shippensburg University. 


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