Zuckerman Spaeder Partner Sara Lawson Moves to Baltimore Office
Zuckerman Spaeder LLP is pleased to announce that partner Sara Alpert Lawson joined the firm’s thriving Baltimore, Maryland office effective August 1, 2023.
Ms. Lawson, who has been in the firm’s Tampa office since 2012, has built a diverse practice representing businesses and individuals in high-stakes government investigations and commercial disputes. Her clients include a major health system, health care organizations and providers, and C-suite leaders from varied businesses, large corporations, and entrepreneurs. Ms. Lawson has broad experience handling litigation and investigations in a wide range of industries, including health care, real estate, pensions, and construction.
“Throughout Sara’s legal career, she has established enduring professional relationships across the nation, with roots in both the Florida and Maryland markets. Her transition to the Mid-Atlantic is a natural one, and one that will allow her to continue to provide outstanding service to her current and future clients,” said Martin S. Himeles, Jr., Managing Partner of the Baltimore office. “With Sara’s passion for the practice of law, profound commitment to her clients, and enthusiasm for service to her community, we are delighted to welcome her to our office.”
“Having worked with Sara for over a decade, I have witnessed her exceptional approach to client representations. She combines keen intellect with an innate understanding of her clients and their businesses,” says Marcos E. Hasbun, Managing Partner of the Tampa office. “I am certain she will maintain her strong relationships here in Florida and will continue to extend her exceptional legal services to clients across geographic markets.”
Before entering private practice, Ms. Lawson served as general counsel for a multinational chemical distributor and manufacturer. She earned her J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law, where she served as an Editor for the University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender, and Class. She received her B.A. from Johns Hopkins University.