Saharah M. Lawrence
Saharah Allen serves as an associate editor for the Cumberland Law Review. Saharah graduated cum laude from the University of Alabama and earned a B.A. in criminal justice and American Sign language and deaf culture, with a minor in sociology. At the University of Alabama, Saharah was awarded the Department of Criminal Justice's Chairperson’s Award of Merit.
At Cumberland, Saharah is participating in a Cumberland Joint degree program and obtaining a Master of Science in Environmental Health, Policy, and Management. Saharah also serves as a Student Admission Ambassador and is an active member of the Women in Law Society and Phi Alpha Delta.
In her free time, Saharah enjoys spending time with family and friends, being outdoors, and playing with her dog, Hank.
LaCroix v. Town of Fort Myers Beach: Eleventh Circuit grants preliminary injunction, finding that town ordinance banning all portable signs likely violates the First Amendment.