University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, Toll Public Interest Center
Sarah Egoville joined the Toll Public Interest Center as a staff attorney in 2016 where she oversees external pro bono opportunities and monitors compliance with the 70 hour pro bono requirement. She is also a volunteer attorney with Philadelphia VIP. Prior to coming to Penn Carey Law School, Sarah has had experience in both the public and private sector. Previously, she was an associate attorney with Fox Rothschild in the special education department and also served as an assistant defender with the Chester County Public Defender’s Office, where she focused on the Treatment Courts. Sarah received her B.S. from University of Maryland, Baltimore County, an M.S. in clinical psychology from Loyola College and her J.D. from Widener University.