Armstrong Teasdale LLP
Sarah Bardol is an associate in the firm’s litigation practice group. Her extensive experience working in the court system, as well as in the role of assistant prosecuting attorney, make her a strong asset to the firm's team.
Prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale, Sarah was a judicial law clerk to Judge E. Richard Webber in the U.S. District Court. Eastern District of Missouri. She previously served as a judicial law clerk to Judge Sherri Sullivan, Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District.
Sarah has additional experience as an assistant prosecuting attorney to the Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney in Union, Missouri; a court certified law clerk in the Clackamas County District Attorney’s Office in Oregon City, Oregon; and a law clerk for the child advocacy section of the Oregon Department of Justice in Eugene, Oregon.
Sarah is an active volunteer with the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, serving on its Attorneys Against Hunger Committee. She is also chair of the Women in the Legal Profession Section and chair-elect for the Young Lawyers Division at The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis.
Sarah has organized more than 50 food and necessities distributions in the past year. Every week, she and others in the legal profession make 2,000 sandwiches which are given out – along with other food, personal protective equipment, and toiletries – at distribution sites throughout the St. Louis area.
Sarah received the 2021 Legal Champion Award from Missouri Lawyers Media; the 2021 Tom Cochran Community Service Award from The Missouri Bar Young Lawyers' Section; and the 2021 Ronda F. Williams Community Awareness Award from The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis.
Sarah received her J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law and her B.S. in criminal justice from Lindenwood University.