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