Sarah E. Kowalkowski
Charleston, WV
office 304.720.4096
  • Overview
  • Services
  • Distinctions
  • Admissions
  • Resources
  • Results

Ms. Kowalkowski’s primary area of practice is labor and employment law.


  • Elon University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2013
  • William & Mary Law School, J.D., 2016


  • Assisting in various types of labor and employment law matters
  • Advising employers in the full array of labor and employment law
  • Defending employers in employment litigation and in state and federal agency investigations or charges
  • Conducting research and drafting memoranda, pleadings and discovery
  • Assisting in depositions and trial preparation
  • The Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic, 2015-2016
  • Summer Associate, Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC, 2015
  • Extern, Rawls McNelis + Mitchell, Spring 2015
  • Intern, United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of West Virginia, 2014
  • Research Assistant, William & Mary Law School, 2014
Labor & Employment Law Litigation


  • William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal
  • Regional Champion, ABA Labor & Employment Law Trial Advocacy Competition
  • Best Trial Brief, South Texas Mock Trial Challenge
  • Regional Semifinalist, National Trial Competition of the Texas Young Lawyer’s Association
  • Lead Recruitment Counsel, William & Mary Law National Trial Team


  • West Virginia State Bar
Unprecedented: Litigation Insights - Issue 33, 2020 Remote Learning and FFCRA Paid Leave Questions Answered by Department of Labor SuperVision - Labor and Employment Law Insights: Issue 2, 2020 COVID-19 and Unprecedented: Litigation Insights - Issue 21, 2020 Unprecedented: COVID-19 Litigation Trends - Issue 16, 2020 Unprecedented: COVID-19 Litigation Trends, Issue 15 Unprecedented: COVID-19 Litigation Trends, Issue 14 Unprecedented: COVID-19 Litigation Trends, Issue 13 Unprecedented: COVID-19 Litigation Trends, Issue 12 Unprecedented: COVID-19 Litigation Trends, Issue 11 Home Improvement Chain Wins Summary Judgment in Discrimination & Retaliation Claim Telecommunications Conglomerate Acheives Walk-Away Victory Wrongful Discharge Matter Dismissed with Prejudice