firm news

Sara is named to Top 100 Super Lawyers list and Top 50 Women Super Lawyers list for second year in a row (April 2017.


Sara co-authors article in the ABA's Law Practice Today publication titled "Women Flying Solo: Success Stories from the Small Firm World."


Sara speaks on online defamation at International Builders Show in Orlando, Florida (January 2017).


Sara's blog, Grand Jury Target, is named an ABA Top 100 Blawg for the second year in a row (November 2016).


Jon Lenzner joins Law Office of Sara Kropf as of counsel (November 2016).


Sara is published in Today's General Counsel about why in-house counsel should use small firms (October 2016).


Sara is named to Top 100 Super Lawyers list for Washington, DC (April 2016).


Sara is named Top 50 Women Super Lawyer list for Washington, DC (April 2016).


Sara is quoted in Politico article about Department of Justice's possible review of "Panama Papers" leaked from law firm (April 2016).


Sara's article "Why We Shouldn't Fall for DOJ's Sales Pitch on Cooperation" is published to a national audience by Law360's White Collar edition (March 2016).


Sara speaks on defamation and online reviews to audience of remodeling industry professionals in San Diego, California (February 2016).


Sara teaches CLE on direct examinations and witness preparation for D.C. Bar (January 2016).


Sara's blog, Grand Jury Target, is named a top 100 legal blawg by the ABA Journal (November 2015).


Sara teachers CLE on representing clients in white-collar criminal investigations for D.C. Bar (July 2015).


Sara invited for third year to teach at the renowned National Institute of Trial Advocacy's Georgetown University Building Trial Skills Program.


Law Office of Sara Kropf awarded the highest (platinum) level of pro bono support by the D.C. Access to Justice Commission for second year in a row (2015-2016).


Sara named Chair of the Governing Board of Legal Counsel for the Elderly (January 2015).


Sara Kropf named a "Super Lawyer" for white collar criminal defense work for the third year in a row (2013-2015).