Sandra M. Praxmarer represents clients in government and internal antitrust investigations and litigation, complex commercial litigation, and regulatory enforcement actions. Sandra regularly counsels clients on white collar and government affairs issues and a full range of compliance matters involving lobbying disclosure, government ethics laws, and other statutory provisions including the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
While in law school, Sandra served as a notes editor for The George Washington Law Review and interned for Judge Amit P. Mehta on the US District Court for the District of Colombia. Sandra was also bestowed with the President's Volunteer Service Award (Gold Medal) for her work in the community. Sandra continues to maintain an active pro bono practice.
The George Washington University Law School, 2017, J.D., with Honors
University of Miami, 2014, A.B, Political Science and International Studies, minor in Philosophy, magna cum laude and Departmental Honors
District of Columbia
Awards and Affiliations
Recipient, GW Pro Bono Recognition Award
Recipient, The President’s Volunteer Service Award (Gold Medal)