Sarah Hodgson is an associate with the Metzger Law Group who joined the firm in July 2008. Ms. Hodgson received her undergraduate degree from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington, where she majored in Sociology and graduated cum laude in 2003. During her time at Pacific Lutheran, Ms. Hodgson wrote a paper, "Cutting Through the Silence: A Sociological Construction of Self-Injury", which was published in the May 2004 issue of the Sociological Inquiry Journal.
Ms. Hodgson attended Whittier Law School, where she graduated as the 2006 Class Valedictorian. While in law school, Ms. Hodgson wrote a law review article, "The Other Side of the Wall: The Free Exercise and Establishment of Religion in Prison", which was published in the Fall 2005 edition of the Whittier Law Review. During law school, Ms. Hodgson also served as an extern for the Honorable David O. Carter in the United States District Court, Central District of California, Southern Division. Ms. Hodgson was also the recipient of CALI Awards in Copyright Law, Criminal Law, Women and the Law, Constitutional Law I and II, Civil Procedure, Real Property, Legal Skills, Writ & Appellate Practice, Torts, and PR Practicum, as well as West's Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award, was a member of the Whittier Law School Law Review, and was listed on the Dean's List and Honor Roll throughout law school.
Ms. Hodgson volunteers with the Center for Civic Education’s program, “We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution,” a program that teaches elementary, middle and high school students about the history and development of the United States Constitution through the study of United States history, and challenges students to understand the Constitution’s application to real-world situations.