Sarah Dohan is an associate at Ropes & Gray, practicing in the health care group. Sarah advises hospitals, health systems, pharmaceutical companies, health care investors, academic medical centers, and other health care organizations on a broad range of transactional, regulatory enforcement, and compliance matters.
During law school, Sarah served as an articles editor for the Stanford Law Review and a managing editor for the Stanford Law & Policy Review. She was also president of Stanford Law Women in Politics, co-president of the BioLaw and Health Policy Society, and a research assistant for Professor Roland Vogl. Sarah worked for the Youth and Education Law Project as a student attorney, interned in the Office of the General Counsel at Boston Children's Hospital, and served as an intern to Judge Allison D. Burroughs, U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, prior to joining Ropes & Gray.
- Co-author, “End of the COVID-19 Single Institutional Review Board Exception: Considerations for Academic Medical Centers and Other Research Institutions,” American Health Law Association Bulletin (March 2, 2023) Copyright 2023, American Health Law Association, Washington, DC. Reprint permission granted.
- JD, Stanford Law School, 2020; Articles Editor, Stanford Law Review; Managing Editor, Stanford Law & Policy Review
- BA (History, Environmental Studies), summa cum laude, Middlebury College, 2017; Phi Beta Kappa
Admissions / Qualifications
- Massachusetts, 2021