Giving back has been an integral part of Sarah Bear’s life for most of her life. From her time with the National Charity League as a teenager to committing her time to the Family Justice Center as a law student. Ms. Bear has given a generous amount of her time to a several non-profits. Her commitment to helping the disenfranchised extended to her career path. She helped to free innocent people accused of crimes during her three years with the California Innocence Project. Ms. Bear says watching wrongly accused people walk out of prison make up some of the most memorable and gratifying moments of her life. She continued her legal advocacy for another non-profit at the Dependency Legal Group with the Primary Parent Office.
Ms. Bear’s thorough legal knowledge and comprehensive legal analysis was acknowledged with the Attorney of the Year Award. She was also given the Best Record Award for her office while she worked for the Dependency Legal Group. “It is extremely rewarding for me to be the voice for people who have either been lost in the legal system or overwhelmed by the logistics. To me, to be able to help make a real difference in my clients’ lives is the best professional achievement. I look forward to continuing that tradition by being a strong advocate for my clients’ family law needs at Moore, Schulman and Moore,” says Bear.