Sara Krastins

Sara Krastins

Sara Krastins has meaningful experience working with clients in a variety of settings. Sara interned at the Securities Arbitration Clinic, representing underserved investors in securities arbitration claims; and the Consumer Justice for the Elderly Litigation Clinic, representing low-income, elderly residents in cases involving consumer protection, home improvement fraud, debt collection, and public benefits. She was a Venable summer associate, taking part in legal research on personal jurisdiction, corporate witness disclosure, and collective actions. 



  • J.D. cum laude St. John's University School of Law 2020
    • Intern, Securities Arbitration Clinic
    • Intern, Consumer Justice for the Elderly Litigation Clinic
    • Intern, Office of General Counsel, State University of New York
    • Notes and comments editor, St. John’s Law Review
    • Notes and comments editor, Journal of Catholic Legal Studies
    • Associate executive director, Public Interest Center
    • Author, “Implementing a Uniform Burden of Proof for Title IX Coordinators During the Investigation Stage: An Objective and Efficient Approach to Title IX,” St. John’s Law Review
  • B.A. English summa cum laude Fairfield University 2017
    • Minors in Management and Philosophy

Bar Admissions

  • New York



  • Volunteer coordinator, Civil Legal Advice and Resource Office