Sarah Schuller grew up in Plano, Texas where she attended Plano Senior High School. Upon graduation, Mrs. Schuller moved to Lubbock, Texas where she graduated magna cum laude from Texas Tech University. She remained in Lubbock to attend Texas Tech School of Law. During her law school career, Sarah made the Dean’s Honor List, worked in the Low-Income Tax Clinic, and received a top oralist award in Texas Tech’s advocacy program. She also became a trained mediator with the Office of Dispute Resolution, helping to resolve over 25 disagreements. Additionally, Sarah spent time volunteering with the Innocence Project of Texas. There, she focused on overturning convictions under Senate Bill 344 which expanded habeas corpus relief for individuals falsely convicted based on junk science.

Prior to joining Taylor | Anderson, Mrs. Schuller gained valuable legal experience while working for a personal injury firm. There, Sarah represented clients involved in motor vehicle accidents, contract disputes and construction defect litigation. Furthermore, she successfully litigated several multi-million dollar ERISA claims brought on behalf of ambulatory surgical centers within the United States District Court Southern District of Texas.