Sarah Dorner

Sarah Dorner is the Director of Graduate and International Admissions at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law (UNH Franklin Pierce), a U.S law school that has ranked top 10 in intellectual property since the rankings began over 30 years ago. As the school’s primary point person for international outreach and engagement efforts, she oversees admissions for online and in-person LLM, master’s and graduate certificate programs, supports marketing and strategic communications for these programs, and partners with the school’s development team on international alumni engagement. In addition, Sarah works with various law school departments to provide comprehensive services for graduate and international students in areas such as student life, academic success, and career services.

Prior to joining the law school, Sarah worked with the University of New Hampshire Carsey School of Public Policy where she managed recruitment activities, coordinated academic and other strategic partnership opportunities, facilitated a state-wide speaker series for the nonprofit and public-sector communities, and strengthened alumni engagement. Before this, Sarah worked with a non-profit that provides housing and comprehensive support services to families experiencing homelessness.

Sarah holds a cum laude bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology from Brandeis University and a master’s degree in Public Administration magna cum laude from the University of New Hampshire. She has a passion for international travel and has traveled the globe, while living or working in countries such as Australia, China, Costa Rica, Israel, and South Korea.