Sarah Bae is a paralegal at King & Siegel LLP.
She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Community Engagement and Social Change from UCLA in 2020. During her time at UCLA, she received the Chancellor’s Service Award through her significant contributions to underrepresented communities.
Prior to joining King & Siegel, Sarah worked as a peer mentor for the Center for Community College Partnerships (CCCP) where she helped 19 community college students successfully transfer to four-year universities. She also worked as a youth coach for foster youth while dedicating her time volunteering at children law centers in Los Angeles. These experiences solidified her passion to practice public interest law in the near future. When she isn’t studying for the LSAT, Sarah enjoys collecting used books, traveling with her film camera, and extreme sports.