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Sarah F. King

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Medical Malpractice Attorney in Chicago, IL

Clifford Law Offices PC
120 North LaSalle Street, 36th Floor
Chicago, IL 60602
Phone: 312-899-9090
Fax: 312-251-1160
Selected to Rising Stars: 2016 - 2022
Licensed in Illinois Since: 2011
Practice Areas: Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff, Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff, Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff
Attorney Profile

Sarah F. King is one of Chicago’s rising medical malpractice lawyers at the firm and one of the most hard-working, intelligent attorneys one can find. She works tirelessly to investigate and prepare complex medical malpractice cases to achieve justice for those who have been harmed by medical negligence. She works with dedication and tenacity to get to the bottom of what actually happened and what proper practices should have been used to prevent injuries related to medical care. It is this passion that makes her one of today’s top Chicago medical malpractice lawyers.

Sarah has had substantial trial experience as an attorney of record in many of the firm’s trials. In less than a decade, Sarah F. King has received verdicts and settlements totaling nearly $300 million. For example, Sarah second-chaired a trial with partner Bradley Cosgrove in a two-week trial involving the negligent prescription of Yasmin that gained international attention. A 37-year-old woman took the medication for less than two weeks and suffered a debilitating stroke. The jury awarded her $13.55 million in March 2014. Sarah also tried a case alongside partner Keith Hebeisen, leader of the medical malpractice team at Clifford Law Offices, in November 2013 that involved the wrongful death of a 33-year-old mother who sustained a massive hemorrhage during a c-section. Following a three-week trial, the jury returned a verdict of $15.55 million for the family. In January 2013, Sarah tried another case with Hebeisen and obtained a $2.225 million verdict for the wrongful death of a 31-week fetus.

In 2019, Sarah obtained a record $101 million verdict on behalf of a baby boy who was brain damaged at birth when his external fetal monitoring strips were ignored for six hours. Experts on behalf of the plaintiff testified that he would have been born a normal baby if hospital nurses and other medical personnel would have alerted doctors to the abnormalities and performed an emergency C-section.

While she was a full-time law student, Sarah served as a law clerk to Keith Hebeisen and Susan Capra. Having been mentored by two of the most respected and recognized medical malpractice lawyers in the state, Sarah understands what it takes to bring such complicated cases to trial, works up cases through analyzing the medical records, preparation of meticulous court pleadings, working with medical experts, and preparing her clients for every step of the litigation process. She has developed the highest level of skills as a Chicago medical malpractice attorney.

Sarah graduated from DePaul University College of Law summa cum laude as a member of the top 5% of her class and was inducted into the Order of the Coif. She was a published member of the DePaul Law Review on post-death maintenance obligations and life insurance. She has published several articles, some of which have been published in national publications such as the highly regarded American Bar Association Litigation Journal. Sarah has also been recognized for her writing skills in law school, having received the CALI Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy II, Legal Writing III, and Commercial Paper. Sarah completed her undergraduate studies at Loyola University of Chicago where she received her Bachelor of Arts in English and Women’s Studies.

Sarah has been involved in Women Everywhere: Partners in Service Project, which is a collaborative effort, coordinating volunteer activities to help women and children through Chicago, www.weChicago.org. She has been active in the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois (WBAI) and Illinois Trial Lawyer’s Association. She also devotes time to teach a course on Medical Malpractice as an adjunct professor at her alma mater, DePaul University College of Law.

Clifford Law Offices is proud to have Sarah King as part of its Chicago medical malpractice lawyer team as are the clients for whom she works.

Practice Areas
  • 70%Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff
  • 20%Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
  • 10%Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff
Focus Areas

Medical Malpractice, Birth Injury, Delayed or Incorrect Diagnosis, Informed Consent, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Wrongful Death, Brain Injury, Medical Devices

Selections

7 Years Rising Stars
  • Rising Stars: 2016 - 2022

About Sarah F. King

First Admitted: 2011, Illinois

Professional Webpage: https://www.cliffordlaw.com/attorneys/sarah-f-king/

Educational Background

  • DePaul University College of Law, 2011
  • Loyola University Chicago, 2008

Representative Clients

  • Fitzgerald v. Ingalls Memorial Hospital. $2,500,000 settlement. October 2016., 2016
  • Vandelinder v. Northwestern Memorial Hospital. $3,300,000 verdict. August 2016., 2016
  • Harper v. Ingalls Memorial Hospital. $3,949,999 settlement. March 2016., 2016
  • Buhs v. Gibson Community Hospital. $950,000 verdict (Ford County Record). December 2015., 2015
  • Clemente v. Elmhurst Memorial Hospital. $5,000,000 settlement. August 2015., 2015
  • Cohen v. Rush Medical Center. $1,820,000 settlement. March 2015
  • Zapalski v. Aniol, M.D. $13,550,000 verdict. March 2014., 2014
  • Lopez v. University of Chicago. $15,550,000 verdict. November 2013., 2013
  • Novak v. Hinsdale Hospital. $2,225,000 verdict. January 2013., 2013

Other Outstanding Achievements

  • Sarah King’s practice has been highlighted by significant achievements of justice on behalf of injured women and children. Sarah, an associate at Clifford Law Offices, assisted in obtaining multi-million-dollar settlements on behalf of a young girl injured at birth who is now mute and brain injured as a result of obstetrical malpractice, a woman disfigured as a result of an operation performed on the wrong part of her breast, a young mother disabled by medical professionals’ failure to properly treat a diagnosed infection following a C-section, and a family for the death of their youngest daughter due to a failure to perform a mandatory ultrasound and ripping of her placenta near the time of her birth.   Sarah believes that the rise of strong and successful female attorneys is critical to ensuring women and children have access to this type of justice and effective representation.  In June 2017, Sarah co-founded the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) Women’s Caucus. The goal of the Women’s Caucus is to encourage female leadership within the profession and to act as a resource for the mentorship of young female trial attorneys. Additionally, Sarah is currently a Director of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois and active in the association’s mentorship program.  Sarah also serves on the Board of Directors of the Woman Everywhere: Partners in Service Project, a non-for-profit organization comprised of attorneys and judges dedicated to creating opportunities for women and children through educational scholarships and community service. Last year she was named one of Crain’s Custom Media’s Most Influential Women in Law in Chicago., 2017

Verdicts/Settlements

  • Sarah King, along with partner Keith Hebeisen, obtained a $1.1 million verdict on behalf of the estate of a 75-year-old man who died during a negligent cardiac catheterization procedure. , 2021
  • Sarah King, along with partners Keith Hebeisen, Brad Cosgrove and associate Charles Haskins, obtained a $101 million verdict on behalf of a baby who sustained brain damage at birth. This case is the highest reported Illinois Medical Malpractice Verdict.  , 2019
  • Sarah King, along with founder and senior partner Bob Clifford and partner Keith Hebeisen, obtained a $22.9 million settlement on behalf of a child who sustained permanent brain injury due to a lack of oxygen to his organs during labor and delivery. A brain MRI demonstrated evidence of a severe profound perinatal hypoxic-ischemic brain injury. He was diagnosed with spastic cerebral palsy, has global disabilities including the inability to walk, motor and speech delays and cognitive impairment., 2019
  • Sarah King, along with partner Keith Hebeisen, obtained a $14.75 million settlement on behalf of a 47-year-old patient who sustained permanent injury to his eyes during a hospitalization for an unrelated surgery. , 2019
  • Sarah King, along with partner Keith Hebeisen, obtained an $8.5 million settlement on behalf of the family of a 38-year-old mother who died after childbirth due to the medical team's failure to recognize and treat on-going bleeding from a placental abruption. , 2019
  • $2.15 million settlement obtained on behalf of parents who’s 21 month old son died due to the defendants failure to properly treat an air embolism during an ERCP procedure., 2018
  • $4.6 million settlement obtained on behalf of disabled man and his wife who suffered a stroke after the defendant cardiologist and primary care physician failed to order a recommended CTA or inform the patient of the recommendation., 2018
  • $3.6 million settlement obtained on behalf of disabled minor who suffered irreversible brain injury due to obstetrical team’s failure to perform a timely C-section., 2018
  • Sarah King obtained a $2.1 million settlement from a Chicago hospital that failed to timely diagnose and treat a 43-year-old woman for a bacterial infection that previous tests indicated was present, leading the patient to suffer a bacterial infection of the heart and embolic strokes., 2017
  • $3.3 million 52-year-old man dies from negligent overdose of medication while in hospital., 2016
  • $3.95 million 49-year-old man dies in hospital from undiagnosed pulmonary embolism., 2016
  • $1.35 million patient suffered a stroke due to the failure to diagnose and treat a damaged heart valve., 2015
  • $13.55 million verdict involving a severe disabling stroke suffered by a 37-year-old woman just thirteen days after negligently being prescribed Yasmin birth control by her treating gynecologist., 2014
  • Sarah King obtained a $3.2 million settlement 54-year-old woman suffers severe and permanent brain injury during routine same-day eye surgery., 2013
  • Sarah King, along with partner Keith Hebeisen, obtained a $15.55 million verdict 33-year-old woman dies after cesarean section due to massive bleeding caused by doctors' negligence in failing to diagnose and properly treat placenta abnormality., 2013
  • $2.25 million verdict for the wrongful death of a 31-week fetus cause by defendants’ negligence in failing to recognize fetal distress and perform a timely cesarean section., 2013
  •  $2.5 million 64-year-old man dies from respiratory arrest after spine surgery.
  • $5 million settlement obtained on behalf of patient who required multiple reoperations and abdominal reconstruction after it was discovered that his general surgeon and surgical nursing staff left a FISH retractor in his abdomen following an exploratory laparotomy for the treatment of diverticulitis. 

Honors/Awards

  • Illinois Super Lawyers, Rising Star (2016-2022), Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2022
  • Best Lawyers (2021-Present), Best Lawyers in America, Best Lawyers , 2022
  • Lawyers are recognized based on “demonstrated repeated success in cutting-edge work on behalf of plaintiffs over the last 18 months” and possessing a “solid track record of client wins over the past three to five years” according to The National Law Journal., Rising Stars, Elite Trial Lawyers, The National Law Journal, 2021
  • Sarah F. King and Shannon M. McNulty were recognized as Chicago Daily Law Bulletin & Chicago Lawyer Women in Law honorees on May 8th, 2020 at their inaugural Awards virtual ceremony. Selected by their peers, the Law Bulletin/Chicago Lawyer selection committee, and a Women’s Advisory Board consisting of many of Chicago’s well-respected and prominent attorneys., Women in Law Honoree, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, 2020
  • Emerging Lawyer, Law Bulletin Media, 2017-2020, Emerging Lawyer, Law Bulletin Media, 2020
  • Sarah F. King, attorney at Clifford Law Offices, is one of Chicago’s rising medical malpractice lawyers. As one of the most hard-working, intelligent attorneys one can find, it’s no surprise she has been selected for membership in The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 under 40., Top 40 Under 40, National Trial Lawyers , 2020
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) Amicus Volunteer Award, 2019, Amicus Volunteer Award, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2019
  • Crain's Most Influential Women Lawyers in Chicago, 2017:  Crain's Most Influential Women Lawyers, Sarah F. King, 2017  Crain's Most Influential Lawyers listing represents an impressive cross-section of the Chicago-area legal community. Many of them have practiced with distinction for decades, while others are on-the-rise attorneys making their mark. All chosen make it a point to mentor other women lawyers and to give back to their community in myriad ways. In 2017, King was chosen by Crain's due to her substantial trial experience, particularly in the area of medical malpractice and her efforts to give back to the community through her involvement in Women Everywhere: Partners in Service Project, a collaborative effort coordinating volunteer activities to help women and children throughout Chicago., Chicago Business Most Influential Women Lawyers, Crain's, 2017
  • 40-Under-40-Sarah-F-King For the last 19 years, the 40 Under Forty Committee at Law Bulletin Media sifts through piles of nominations to select 40 of the most talented young attorneys practicing in Illinois. By 2015 King had second-chaired medical malpractice cases that have brought in a total of nearly $31.5 million in positive verdicts for her clients. In 2015, Sarah King earned this award and high praise from her colleagues when she was only 28., 40 Under 40, Chicago Law Bulletin, 2015

Bar/Professional Activity

  • Women’s Bar Association (WBAI), Newsletter, Legal Developments Section Editor (June 2012-2014; June 2016-Present), 2022
  • Women’s Bar Association (WBAI) (2011-Present):  L2L Mentorship (2017-Present); Financial Secretary (2021-2022); Top Women Lawyers in Leadership Awards, Co-Chair, 2018; Board of Directors (2018); Annual Dinner Planning Committee Co-Chair (2016-2017); Annual Dinner Planning Committee (2015-2016); Judicial Reception Planning Committee (2014-2016); Newsletter, Legal Developments Section Editor (2012-2016), 2022
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois (2011-Present), 2022
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), Board of Managers (2015- Present); Member (2011-Present), 2022
  • Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA); Assembly Member (2016-Present), 2022
  • Illinois (2011-Present), 2022
  • Illinois Trial Lawyer's Association (ITLA): Women’s Caucus, founding Co-Chair (2017-Present), 2022
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA): Women Everywhere, Planning Committee Delegate (2013-Present), 2022
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), Young Lawyer’s Division (2012-Present), 2022
  • American Bar Association (ABA) (2011-Present), 2022
  • American Association for Justice (AAJ) (2011-Present), 2022
  • Chicago Bar Association (CBA) (2011-Present), 2022
  • American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), Member, 2020, 2020

Scholarly Lectures/Writings

  • The Bootcamp provides training, skill-building, networking and conversation to young, motivated attorneys with fewer than ten years of practice, and those who are underrepresented in the legal community. Sarah’s session, “Prioritizing Work from Multiple Sources – How to Say No” is a opportunity for young attorneys to adopt skills that will help them optimize their time in a fast-paced and demanding profession., Speaker, Diversity & Inclusion Committee Leadership Bootcamp, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2022
  • Sarah King and Keith Hebeisen took program attendees through a detailed PowerPoint that explained the necessary pre-trial procedures that need to be taken to ensure everyone’s health and safety as well as several tips on how to equip the courtroom to allow each juror to view exhibits and watch recorded testimony. The program was sponsored by the Northwest Suburban Bar Association., Speaker, "Returning to Jury Trials in the Wake of COVID-19: Powder v. OSF", Northwest Suburban Bar Association , 2021
  • Sarah F. King and Bradley M. Cosgrove, partners at Clifford Law Offices, presented at the Arizona Association for Justice’s Advanced Trial Advocacy Conference. They spoke on The Power of Visual Persuasion on Friday, September 24th, 2021., Speaker, Advanced Trial Advocacy Conference, Arizona Association for Justice, 2021
  • Sarah F. King, one of Chicago’s rising medical malpractice attorneys and partner at Clifford Law Offices, spoke at the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association’s Annual Meeting & CLE Seminar on December 10, 2021, at the Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Mo. She addressed “The Power of Visual Persuasion” as a successful strategy to advocate for clients in live trials, over Zoom hearings, or during a video evidence deposition., Speaker, Kansas Trial Lawyers Association's Annual Meeting & CLE Seminar, Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, 2021
  • She addressed “The Power of Visual Persuasion” as a successful strategy to advocate for clients in live trials, over Zoom hearings, or during a video evidence deposition., National Speaker, Michigan Association of Justice Medical Malpractice Seminar, Michigan Association of Justice, 2021
  • The article addressed the question, “what is expected from practitioners appearing in the Division, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic?” King outlined tips from Law Division Presiding Judge James P. Flannery, Jr., who provided an overview of General Administrative Order 20-9 which governs the process for emergency motions submitted to courtroom 2005. , Author, "Tips to Succeed at Motion Practice in the Law Division", Chicago Bar Association, 2021
  • Sarah F. King spoke at the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) annual Trial and Practice Tips Webinar., Speaker, Trial and Practice Tips Seminar, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2021
  • Sarah F. King was a speaker at American Association for Justice Education’s Mastering the Medicine: Medical Negligence and Birth Trauma Seminar., Speaker, Trial and Practice Tips Seminar, American Association of Justice, 2021
  • Sarah F. King spoke at the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) Annual Ethics Seminar April 15. Her topic during the two-hour presentation was “Discovery Sanctions.”, Speaker, Annual Ethics Seminar, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2021
  • Attorneys Sarah F. King and Charles R. Haskins of Clifford Law Offices co-moderated the Chicago Bar Association Annual Motion Practice Seminar that featured five judges from the Cook County Law Division., Moderator, Annual Motion Practice Seminar, Chicago Bar Association, 2021
  • The Spring Best Lawyers Business Edition honors and celebrates women lawyers who excel in their practice areas by highlighting their opinions and achievements within their specialty areas. An article by Sarah King, partner at Clifford Law Offices, was featured in their Business Spring 2020 Edition. In her article, she addresses how women, in particular, are at high risk of being victims of medical malpractice and device-related negligence. She sheds light on fixable issues and biases within our health-care system’s current procedures, tools, and practices, medical-malpractice investigations and lawsuits can make the system safer for all patients., Author, Implicit Jury, Best Lawyers, 2020
  • Sarah F. King, partner at Clifford Law Offices, wrote an article for the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) Summer 2020 Trial Journal magazine titled, “Practice Tips: Opening Statement in a Medical Malpractice Case, Estate of Gerald Sallis, Jr vs. West Suburban Medical Center et al“.., Author, "Practice Tips: Opening Statement in a Medical Malpractice Case, Estate of Gerald Sallis, Jr. vs. West Suburban Medical Center et al", Illinois Trial Lawyers Association Trial Journal Magazine, 2020
  • Sarah King, attorney at Clifford Law Offices, spoke at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Winter Convention. Sarah discussed the topic of, “Opening Statements and Demonstratives in Birth Injury Cases”, focusing on the Gerald Sallis case, during the Birth Trauma Litigation Group Meeting., Speaker, "Opening Statements and Demonstratives in Birth Injury Cases", American Association of Justice, 2020
  • ITLA Women’s Caucus annual program will be virtual and provide updates, tips and examples in the major areas of trial practice. The speakers will also address how to prepare for these areas of trial during the COVID-19 Pandemic., Moderator, "Trial Practice & Tips Seminar", Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2020
  • King spoke May 22 at the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) Annual Ethics Seminar on “Ethically Getting Cases.”, Speaker, "Ethically Getting Cases", Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2020
  • Sarah F. King, partner at Clifford Law Offices, co-moderated a Judicial Panel on May 18 with Kathy Byrne of Cooney & Conway hosted by the ITLA Women’s Caucus of which King is the current Chair., Speaker, Judicial Panel, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2020
  • Sarah King, partner at Clifford Law Offices, led a session for the Illinois State Bar Association sharing tips that our personal injury attorneys follow on staying connected during COVID-19., Speaker, 6 Tips for Talking to Your Clients During COVID-19, Illinois State Bar Association, 2020
  • Clifford Law Offices partners, Sarah F. King and Jack J. Casciato, will be participating in a webinar titled, “The Impact of COVID-19 on the UK and US.” The webinar is hosted by PEOPIL, a Pan-European non-profit organization of personal injury lawyers., Speaker, "The Impact of COVID-19 on the UK and US", PEOPIL, 2020
  • Adjunct Professor, DePaul University School of Law, “Medical Malpractice Survey” Fall 2014
  • Sarah F. King was part of an all-star panel that spoke at the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin’s Women in Law conference. The keynote speaker at the event was Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot., Speaker, Women in Law Conference, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, 2019
  • Sarah F. King and Charles R. Haskins, associates at Clifford Law Offices, moderated a program on “Motion Practice in Cook County Circuit Court.”, Moderator, "Motion Practice in Cook County Circuit Court", Chicago Bar Association, 2019
  • Sarah F. King, attorney at Clifford Law Offices and Vice Chair of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) Women’s Caucus, co-moderated the organization’s Trial and Practice Tips Seminar on May 10th, 2019., Moderator, Trial and Practice Tips Seminar, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2019
  • Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook, Co-Editor, 2014-Present, Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook, 2019
  • Sarah F. King spoke at the Chicago Bar Association (CBA) Young Lawyers’ Section (YLS) on the “Anatomy of a Medical Malpractice Trial.”, Speaker, "Anatomy of a Medical Malpractice Trial", Chicago Bar Association, 2018
  • Sarah F. King, associate at Clifford Law Offices, spoke at the annual Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) Damages seminar on Friday, Feb. 16. King addressed “Proof of Traumatic Brain Injury with Direct and Cross Examination of Neuropsychological Testimony.”, Speaker, Damages Seminar, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, 2018
  • Sarah F. King moderated a program at the Chicago Bar Association (CBA) entitled “Motion Practice in Cook County Circuit Court’s Law Division.” , Moderator, "Motion Practice in Cook County Circuit Court's Law Division", Chicago Bar Association, 2017
  • Women Everywhere hosted its 17th annual Educational Projects Day Thursday (April 28th, 2016) where more than 100 female Chicago Public School students took guided tours of the various divisions of the Circuit Court of Cook County and the Northern District of Illinois while engaging in educational presentations with attorneys, judges and court staff. After the tours, Women Everywhere hosted a luncheon for the students at River Roast., Speaker, Educational Projects Day, Women Everywhere, 2016
  • When Jurors Ask Questions, Litigation Journal, American Bar Association, Winter 2015, When Jurors Ask Questions, Litigation Journal, American Bar Association, 2015
  • Sarah King contributed to the Summer 2013 issue of the popular American Bar Association (ABA) Litigation Journal that is distributed to more than 60,000 lawyers across the country. An associate at the firm, Sarah wrote an article entitled “A Storyteller’s Apprentice” where she describes her preparing a case for trial under the mentoring of partner Keith Hebeisen at the firm. , Author, "A Storyteller's Apprentice", American Bar Association, 2014
  • Res Ipsa Loquitor, Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook, Chapter 12, Author, 2014, Author, Chapter 12, Res Ipsa Loquitor, Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook, 2014
  • She spoke at the Chicago Bar Association (CBA) Tort Litigation Committee meeting on “Corporate Medicine and Hospital Liability.” She discussed the trends of the law of agency and practical considerations for litigating cases involving corporate medical entities as well as hospital liability., Speaker, "Corporate Medicine and Hospital Liability", Chicago Bar Association, 2013
  • The Power of Informed Consent, Trial Journal, Summer 2013 (with Keith A. Hebeisen), The Power of Informed Consent, Trial Journal, 2013
  • A Storyteller's Apprentice, Litigation Journal, American Bar Association, Summer 2013, A Storyteller's Apprentice, Litigation Journal, American Bar Association, 2013
  • Illinois Supreme Court Determines Allegations of Actual and Apparent Agency Are Not Separate Causes of Action for Purposes of Res Judicata, WBAI Newsletter, Spring 2013, Illinois Supreme Court Determines Allegations of Actual and Apparent Agency Are Not Separate Causes of Action for Purposes of Res Judicata, WBAI Newsletter, 2013
  • Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook, Research Assistant, 2010-2013, Research Assistant, Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook, 2013
  • Women's Preventative Services and The Affordable Care Act, WBAI Newsletter, Winter 2012, Women's Preventative Services and The Affordable Care Act, WBAI Newsletter, 2012
  • The Privacy of a Mother's Medical Information: A Correct Reading of El-Amin v. Dempsey, Trial Journal, Summer 2012 (with Keith A. Hebeisen), The Privacy of a Mother's Medical Information: A Correct Reading of El-Amin v. Dempsey, Trial Journal, 2012
  • Till Death Do Us Part or Otherwise Approved by the Court- Interpreting the Language of Sec. 510(C) of the IMDMA regarding Post-Death Maintenance Obligations and Life Insurance, 60 DePaul L. Rev. 713 (2011), Till Death Do Us Part or Otherwise Approved by the Court- Interpreting the Language of Sec. 510(C) of the IMDMA Regarding Post-Death Maintenance Obligations and Life Insurance, DePaul Law Review, 2011
  • What is Your Favorite Book? : Using Narrative to Teach Theme Development in Persuasive Writing, Mary Ann Becker, 46 Gonz. L. Rev. 575, Research Assistant, 2010-2011, Research Assistant, What is Your Favorite Book? : Using Narrative to Teach Theme Development in Persuasive Writing, Gonzaga University Law Review, 2011

Pro bono/Community Service

  • Women's Bar Association (WBAI), Lawyer-to-Lawyer Mentorship, 2016-Present, 2022
  • Woman Everywhere: Partners in Service Project (“WE”), Planning Committee Co-Chair (2014 - Present); ITLA Delegate (2012-Present), 2022
  • Sarah King, attorney at Clifford Law Offices, is the current president of Women Everywhere. Women Everywhere, WE, is a non-profit organization driven by the volunteer efforts and goodwill of attorneys, judges, bar associations, and others in the Chicagoland legal community dedicated to creating opportunities for women and children in need through education and community service., 2020
  • Clifford Law Offices and its attorneys came together to help feed families in need through Clifford Law Offices’ Chicago Food and Shelter Project. The project, spearheaded by Clifford Law Offices partner Sarah F. King, provided over 4,000 catered meals from local Chicago restaurants to homeless shelters throughout the city including Lincoln Park Community Services (LPCS) shelters at Fullerton and Sedgwick, Primo Center shelters at the Western and Lawndale location, Salvation Army Evangeline, the Salvation Army at Shield of Hope Center, and Sarah’s Circle., 2020
  • Women Everywhere Partners in Service Project, Board Member (2016-Present); Planning Committee Chair (2014-Present); Fundraising Chair (2013-2014), 2019
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Office Location for Sarah F. King

120 North LaSalle Street
36th Floor
Chicago, IL 60602

Phone: 312-899-9090

Fax: 312-251-1160

Last Updated: 5/15/2022

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