After receiving her B.A. from College of the Atlantic and her M.E.S. from Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Sarah McDaniel worked in the land conservation and planning department at The Trustees of Reservations, a state-wide land trust in Massachusetts, for three years before graduating Harvard Law School in 2003. Sarah founded Maine Land Law in 2009 after developing a law practice focusing on all aspects of real property law, with a particular emphasis on conservation transactions, civil litigation, and land use permitting. In 2013, Sarah joined with colleagues to co-found Douglas McDaniel & Campo LLC, PA as a full-service law firm. Sarah continues to represent landowners in disputes involving property boundaries, title insurance, right-of-ways, recreational and conservation easement issues, zoning and real estate conveyance. Other partners in the firm provide personal injury, family law, bankruptcy, and a wide variety of civil legal services. In 2020 after completing the Harvard Program on Mediation, Sarah started a mediation practice with a focus on real estate and family lands disputes.