Sara Johnson Meyers


  • BA (Political Science), cum laude, Yale University, 1977
  • JD, Boston College, 1981


  • New York, 1986
  • Massachusetts, 1981

Sara Johnson Meyers


Sara Johnson Meyers is a senior discovery attorney in the litigation department, focusing her practice exclusively on all aspects of EDiscovery law. Sara joined Ropes & Gray in 2007, after working most recently as senior litigation counsel in a number of corporations.

Sara has managed large scale productions of ESI in civil and criminal matters involving a variety of substantive areas such as data security, pharmaceutical pricing, securities and trademark law. Sara currently advises clients on discovery-related issues such as cost-effective and efficient approaches to technology-assisted document collection and review and staffing of same, cross-border discovery, document retention and preservation policies and data privacy and security.

Sara was previously senior litigation counsel for a number of large corporations, including Wang Laboratories, Inc. and Eastern Enterprises (now National Grid). In this role, Sara developed her proficiency in litigation project management overseeing corporate litigation matters in a wide variety of areas ranging from antitrust and insurance law to employment law and environmental law. Sara started her career as a litigation associate at large law firms in both Washington, D.C. and New York.



  • Author, “'Play Nice' Doesn't Necessarily Mean You Have to Share: Rio Tinto -- Magistrate Judge Peck's TAR Sequel to Da Silva Moore,” Rio Tinto PLC v. Vale S.A. (2015)
  • Co-author, “The Cloud, Server Consolidation, Ephemeral Data, and Information Security: (Manageable) E-Discovery Challenges Facing CIOs and InfoSec,” Bloomberg Law (2012)


  • Panelist: “EDiscovery Certification Workshop,” NY (May 2014)
  • Panelist, “1st and 2nd Circuits E-Discovery Trends in U.S. Federal Circuits,”  Federal Webcast Series (July 2013)