Sara Ballew is honored to work for courageous whistleblowers who seek justice through the False Claims Act.
For almost a decade, Sara has fought for employees whose rights have been violated by their employers. She has litigated large class and collective action wage and hour cases and individualized discrimination and retaliation cases.
Through her work at a boutique employment law firm in Kansas City, in 2015, Sara began working on False Claims Act cases. In addition to the FCA, Sara has represented SEC and OSHA whistleblowers. She soon realized her passion for helping whistleblowers hold entities and individuals accountable for defrauding the government.
Wanting to focus her practice more on False Claims Act matters, Sara joined Bracker & Marcus in 2022. She is excited for the opportunity to zealously advocate on behalf of whistleblowers who are bringing the truth to light.
Sara graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor’s degree in political science and minors in business and dance. She graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law with an Advocacy Certificate. She was the Vice President of KU Women in Law, and her article was selected for publication during her time as symposium editor and staff member of the Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Sara is licensed in Kansas and Missouri and admitted to practice in their federal courts. Sara is a member of the Anti-Fraud Coalition, a non-profit organization dedicated to defending whistleblowers who expose fraud on the government.
Sara lives in Overland Park, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City, with her husband and three sons. She enjoys dance, musical theatre, and home organizing. Sara and her family love cheering on the Jayhawks and Chiefs.