Sarah is the Chair of the Board of Directors of Fennemore Craig. She practices in the area of business and finance law, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, securities compliance and public-private partnerships. She has substantial experience with international sales contracts, public records laws, open meeting laws, privacy obligations and duties for privacy breaches and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance.
She also represents numerous clients in the mining and natural resource industry and in sports and entertainment.
As a child, Sarah was inspired to become an attorney after watching episodes of "Perry Mason." She always thought it was great that he got people to confess on the stand. Today, she's inspired by her smart, risk-taking clients who build and develop amazing companies.
Outside the office, Sarah enjoys gardening, cooking and entertaining. When she travels, it's often to a location where she and her husband can dive.
Business and Finance
Gaming and Hospitality
Mining Law and Public Lands
Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental
RMMLF | 65th Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute Summer Conference
Suppliers Beware: Are You Expanding Your Risk by Reverse Factoring?
New Required Destination Control Statement Language for Exported Goods: Deadline November 15 2016
Unlocking Venture Capital and Private Equity in Arizona
PBS Horizona | Sarah Strunk Discusses Arizona SB 1005
KFNX | Sarah Strunk on Start-up Funding in Arizona
Other Articles and Presentations
"I decided a deeper dive on the subject was necessary. Talk to you when I surface!"