Sarah Pizzo

Sarah Pizzo, Esq.



  • University of Colorado Law School
    Boulder, CO
    JD, 2011
  • University of Michigan
    B.A. in Psychology, 2006

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado

Professional Affiliations

  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Denver Bar Association
  • Trusts and Estates Sections, Denver Bar Association

Sarah Pizzo’s practice is focused on real estate, corporate transactions and litigation, estate planning and probate. Sarah’s goal is to efficiently resolve her clients’ legal matters through client-focused guidance and pragmatic solutions.

Prior to joining Douglas A. Turner, PC, Sarah led the estate planning practice at a Denver-metro area law firm, where she also practiced in the areas of domestic relations, personal injury and criminal defense. Her prior experience also includes serving as counsel to a national non-profit conservation organization.

When not in the office, Sarah is an accomplished mountain runner who enjoys spending time on the trails around her native state of Colorado.

Published Articles:

  • Sarah Pizzo, Student Note, When Saving the Environment Hurts the Environment: Balancing Solar Energy Development with Land and Wildlife Conservation in a Warming Climate, 22 Colo. J. Int’l Envtl. L. & Pol’y 1, 123 (Winter 2011)
  • National Wildlife Federation (Sarah Pizzo et al.), Valuing Our Western Public Lands: Safeguarding Our Economy and Way of Life (2013), available at

Community Involvement

  • Acequia Assistance Project, Supervising Attorney
  • Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Vice President, Board of Directors (2013-2015)