Texas Evidence Staff Writer: Nadin-Sarah Salkić

Sarah is a law school graduate of Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, now known as Texas A&M School of Law. She participated in various school organizations and programs including the Criminal Prosecution Clinic, Family Law Clinic and the Law Fellowship for 2012. As part of those programs she conducted multiple jury trials, numerous probation revocations, temporary order hearings as well as motions to suppress. She interned multiple times at Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office where she worked alongside assistant district attorneys on cases from beginning until the end. She volunteered at Justice for our Neighbors, where she conducted research to help asylum seekers with their legal issues. She also participated in drafting a legislation that was proposed to amend the Ohio Constitution. Sarah was born and raised in Bosnia and Herzegovina, until 2005 when she came to United States as an exchange student. She continued her education by graduating from Bluffton University with Bachelors in History, followed with a Juris Doctor from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. She is fluent in English, Bosnian/Serbo/Croatian and Spanish. She is interested in becoming a trial attorney, and has a demonstrated interest in criminal law. Her other areas of interest include family law, international law, and the prosecution of war criminals.