Sarah J. Iacomini is a law graduate with Foley & Lardner LLP. She is a member of the firm’s Health Care Practice Group and is a part of the Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team. Sarah is not admitted to practice law in any state.
Prior to joining Foley, Sarah served as a project liaison at the Mayor of Boston’s office of neighborhood services in which she implemented a mini-grant competition in low-income areas, including attending community meetings and facilitating workshops to assist residents in writing grant proposals. She also was an intern at the University of Florida Health in which she drafted memorandum analyzing potential jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs over healthcare providers. She also interned at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration at the Office of the Chief Counsel in which she reviewed and analyzed Randolph Sheppard Act administrative decisions on federal compliance and also assessed data rights limitations from follow-on Small Business Innovation Research funding.
Foley hired her as a healthcare summer associate serving on the Digital Health and Telemedicine Team in which she summarized administrative requirements, tracked legislation concerning telemedicine laws and evaluated impact of revisions to the Common Rule on clinical research compliance. She then interned for the University of Virginia Health System in the Bioethics Program. She wrote a paper examining the legal implications of the administrative structure of the Organ Procurement and Transplanation Network while interning with UVA health’s administrator for transplant services. She also wrote a paper suggesting an enhanced informed consent process discussing health data privacy risks to preserve the clinician-patient relationship, while interning with a nurse in the medical intensive care unit.
Finally, Sarah served as a clinic student at JustChildren Child Advocacy Clinic where she researched the constitutional right to education in Virginia (as part of LAJC’s state-wide advocacy efforts), gathered factual information and prepared materials for a juvenile’s serious offender review hearing.