Sarah Kim Eisenhard (she/her) is a supervising attorney in the Housing Unit. Sarah works in the Lawyer of the Day Program, providing on-the-spot legal representation to tenants facing eviction in Philadelphia Municipal Court. Sarah is also a co-chair of the Housing Unit’s Domestic Violence Work Group, where she coordinates referrals for clients who are survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence and trains tenant advocates on housing protections for survivors.
Before joining the Housing Unit, Sarah was a law student intern in the Community Disability Application Project in the CLS SSI Unit. Sarah also interned with AIDS Law Project, Nationalities Service Center, Mazzoni Center Legal Services, and the Defender Association of Philadelphia.
Sarah graduated from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2021. At Temple Law, Sarah was a clinic student in then Sheller Center for Social Justice and the Third Circuit Federal Appellate Clinic, contributed to the Law Review as a Staff Editor and Note/Comment Editor, and served as Co-President of National Lawyers Guild. Prior to law school, Sarah earned a Bachelor of Social Work with a minor in Criminal Justice from Temple in 2018.