Sarah Arbaje concentrates her practice on litigation, municipal law, regulatory and administrative law, and representation of cooperatives.
Ms. Arbaje joined Wheeler, Van Sickle & Anderson, S.C. as a law clerk in 2019 and became an associate attorney with the firm following law school.
Prior to law school, Ms. Arbaje worked as a technical writer and legal assistant. While in law school, she worked with the Restorative Justice Project, facilitating dialogues between victims of violent crime and their offenders. As a law clerk with the firm, she assisted in contract, business, and employment matters, and stray voltage litigation. Ms. Arbaje served as the President of the State & Local Government Law Society and as a Problem Writer for the Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition in the year 2020.
Out of the office, Ms. Arbaje is a scenic-route cyclist and a member of an active book club that reads everything from Shakespeare to web comics.
- J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, 2020
- B.A., University of Iowa, majoring in English and minoring in History, 2014
- Admitted to practice in the State of Wisconsin