Sarah Bond is a member of the Washington and the Oregon Bars. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Whitman College in 1997 with a major in philosophy. In 2004, Sarah received her law degree from the University of California Berkeley Law School (Boalt Hall), where she served as co-editor-in-chief of the African-American Law & Policy Report.
After leaving law school, Sarah practiced family law in Washington state. She has practiced family law with Zimmer, Bond, Fay & Overlund LLC since October 2008. Since launching her Oregon career, Sarah works with cases involving child support, spousal support, custody disputes, administrative child support hearings, complex business valuations, and attorney fee awards. Sarah is a diligent attorney and passionate advocate of her clients' interests.
Sarah’s personal interests include spending time with her husband and three young daughters, knitting, and running.
- J.D. (2004), University of California Berkeley Law School (Boalt Hall), Co-Editor-In-Chief, African-American Law & Policy Report
- B.A. (1997), Whitman College