University of Maine School of Law Moot Court Board Member
University of Maine Law Review Editor
Sarah S. Murdough, a member of Sulloway & Hollis, focuses her practice in the representation of medical professionals, insurance providers, and school districts. She represents hospitals and medical providers in medical malpractice actions at the trial and appellate levels, and before administrative boards and agencies in connection with professional licensing and disciplinary issues. She also counsels healthcare clients regarding compliance, privacy and security, credentialing and privileging, and risk management practices.
For over 20 years, Ms. Murdough has represented property & casualty and professional liability insurers in coverage matters and bad faith claims in both New Hampshire and Vermont. She focuses her expertise on policy coverage analysis to support resolution of coverage disputes early where possible, up through the prosecution and defense of declaratory judgment actions in the trial and appellate courts.
She counsels and represents school districts on a wide variety of issues, including special education, student residency, student records and discipline, “Right-to-Know” requests, and school district governance and policies.
Before joining the firm in 1995, Ms. Murdough served as a Law Clerk for the Superior, District and Family Courts of Vermont.