Sarah C. Thompson

Sarah C. Thompson

Sarah Thompson is an associate at Kuchler Polk Weiner, LLC.  In 2016, Sarah graduated in the top 20% of her class from Loyola University College of Law, New Orleans. While at Loyola Law, she was an editor of the Maritime Law Journal, participated in Moot Court as a Pace Environmental Team Oralist and Coach in addition to being a Top 4 Finalist, and was President of the Environmental Law Society. Sarah also was inducted into the Order of Barristers, received Academic Excellence Awards in Environmental Law Seminar: Advocacy Project, Environmental Enforcement, and Admiralty Insurance, and has been honored with the Presidential Service Award for Volunteerism. Prior to law school, she attended the University of California, Irvine in her home state.

Sarah has extensive experience with large scale discovery projects. Most recently, she developed a Scope of Project and Review Protocol for a large-scale discovery project involving 21 cases, including the creation of a customized tagging panel. She also created a detailed advisory slide show, which she then presented to a multi-member contract review team. Sarah worked directly toward the management of this project, including corresponding with and delegating tasks to the contract review team, and monitoring productivity and work flow.

Sarah received a competitive position as an ORISE Research Fellow with the United States Environmental Protection Agency. She has focused much of her research into environmental law with an eye toward affecting public policy on a national scale. Sarah is admitted to practice before the Louisiana State Bar and is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Her practice areas include Environmental Law and Mass Torts.

Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending time with family, practicing yoga, running, and volunteering in her community.


  • Smart Growth Fixes for Climate Adaptation and Resilience: Changing Land Use and Building Codes to Prepare for Climate Change (US EPA, Office of Policy, Jan. 2017).
  • The BP Gulf Oil Spill: What We Have Learned About Civil Liability, and Shared Responsibility– 15 LOY. MAR. L. J. 249 (Spring 2016).
  • Authored HB 730, the Farm-to-School bill introduced by Representative Ebony Woodruff and signed into law during the 2015 Louisiana legislative session.