Sarah Ravitz is a legal consultant specializing in U.S. telecommunications regulation, with a particular focus on wireless issues. She assists clients in understanding FCC policy and precedent, as well as state and local telecommunications licensing issues. Sarah also has the experience and a deep interest in Internet policy and privacy.
She has acquired diverse practical experience from working at the FCC, in a boutique telecommunications law firm, and at a start-up company that deploys wireless systems to support critical communications such as emergency first responders. She has conducted extensive research in state and local wireless telecommunications regulation and Universal Service Fund issues.
Sarah graduated from American University Washington College of Law in May of 2020 where she was a Note and Comment Editor for the American University Business Law Review. She was also Vice President of the Communications and Media Law Society and a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society, where she participated in mock mediations and negotiations.