Sarah Levine has broad experience in securities enforcement, investigation, complex litigation, and regulatory issues. She served as senior advisor and counsel to three consecutive chairmen of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), providing guidance on enforcement matters including actions relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), financial fraud, corporate governance, and corporate compliance and disclosure.

Sarah also served as assistant chief litigation counsel in the trial unit within SEC's Division of Enforcement. She prosecuted a wide range of financial fraud matters including cases involving insider trading rings, misleading public disclosures, and market manipulation. While serving with the SEC, Sarah was twice awarded the Director's Award for outstanding contribution to the enforcement of the federal securities laws.

After the SEC, Sarah was special assistant to the president and associate White House counsel. In this role, she advised senior White House staff, including heads of the National Economic Council and Council of Economic Advisers, on financial and economic legal policy.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Sarah served in a leadership role at the Department of Justice (DOJ) as deputy assistant attorney general for the Federal Programs Branch, Civil Division. While at DOJ she led more than 100 trial attorneys representing the United States in national priority litigation, directed litigation defending challenges to the constitutionality of federal statutes and regulation, and reviewed and recommended multimillion dollar settlements with federal agencies. She provided direct counsel on litigation, settlement, and policy to cabinet secretaries, White House counsel, the attorney general, and senior DOJ leadership.

Sarah clerked for Justice Souter on the U.S. Supreme Court and Judge Harry Edwards on the D. C. Circuit.