Sarah Keller


Originally from Houston, Texas, Sarah is a 2L at the University of Colorado Law School.

Sarah joins Milgrom & Daskam as a law clerk where she works in the corporate, intellectual property, and litigation practice groups. During her law school tenure, Sarah has been a research assistant for numerous corporate law professors, where she focused on corporate and entrepreneurial law.  Sarah also worked for 20th Judicial District Court in Boulder, Colorado. Sarah is also actively involved with the Silicon Flatirons Center. She enjoyed the role as the Managing Director of Silicon Flatirons’ Startup Summer Program, where she organized weekly events and a pitch competition for undergraduate students interested in entrepreneurship. Further, she helped organized the Pandemic Innovation Competition, the Annual Entrepreneurship Initiative Conferences, and the Bill Daniel’s Fund Ethics and Tech Competition.  

Prior to law school, Sarah received her B.B.A. in Entrepreneurship with a focus in social entrepreneurship, a secondary major in Nonprofit Marketing & Development, and a minor in studio art from Baylor University in 2017. While at Baylor, Sarah was a Younglife leader to high school students in the Waco, Texas, area. She also participated in two study abroad programs, travelling to Rwanda and various European countries including France, Switzerland, and Austria.

In her spare time, Sarah enjoys all types of outdoor activities, including hiking, long walks, fishing, and backpacking. She is an artist at heart and enjoys film photography and acrylic painting. When at home, she spends her time listening to records (Simon & Garfunkel and The Beatles are her favorites) and playing with her cat, Merlot.


Intellectual Property

Corporate Law

Litigation Practice Groups