Sara Clay obtained her undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University, cum laude, and then went on to attend law school at the University of Georgia where she received her Juris Doctorate in 1990. Following graduation, Sara began practicing law and has been practicing in Georgia for over twenty three years. She has served as a specialist in Assisted Reproductive Technology Law for over the past decade. Additionally, Sara Clay founded Tomorrow’s Parents International, LLC a Georgia based surrogacy agency that locates and matches prospective parents and surrogates.
Since establishing her current practice in 2003, Sara has become a recognizable name in the arena of Assisted Reproductive Technology Law. She has served on national and statewide legal forums and committees, and speaks regularly as a guest lecturer at national and statewide conferences. Furthermore, Sara has testified before Senate Subcommittees regarding pending legislation, and has co-authored the legislation known as the Georgia Option of Adoption of Embryos Code.
Sara is an active member of state organizations such as the Georgia State Bar Association and the Cobb Bar Association, along with national organizations such as The National Infirtility Association (RESOLVE), The American College of Assisted of Assisted Reproduction and Adoption Lawyers (ACARAL), the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW), and Martindale-Hubbell, where she maintains the highest ranking (AV) available to an attorney.
Sara has five children with her husband, Chuck Clay, who is a representative of the Professional Group of Infertility Specialists and serves as the organization’s lobbyist, working to prevent potentially damaging legislation which could negatively impact the rights and needs of those who suffer from infertility.
Additionally, Sara continues to support her community through her involvement with and support of many civic and charitable organizations including Reconnecting Families, Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), Safepath Children’s Advocacy, American Cancer Society, and Leadership Cobb.