Sarah Osborne’s practice focuses on government contracts law and complex civil litigation. In her government contracts practice, Sarah counsels government contractors on a wide range of federal contracting matters, including compliance with the FAR, DFARS, and ITAR/EAR export regulations, intellectual property rights, and Small Business Administration programs. Sarah also regularly represents contractors in litigation, including Contract Disputes Act claims, prime/sub disputes, and the prosecution and defense of bid protests at the Government Accountability Office and the United States Court of Federal Claims. In addition to litigating procurement matters, Sarah defends manufacturers in product liability cases in both state and federal court. 

Originally from Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Sarah graduated (cum laude) from The George Washington University in 2010 with a B.B.A. in International Business and a minor in Spanish. After graduation, she completed a leadership development program at a leading research and defense firm, gaining experience in government contract administration, product development, and bid proposals. Sarah served as editor-in-chief of the Cumberland Law Review and graduated with honors (summa cum laude). Prior to joining Bradley, Sarah served as a law clerk to the Hon. Joel F. Dubina on the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.