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Sara Svedberg


  • (T) 803.540.2156
  • (F) 803.727.1413

I am an employment and labor law attorney in Columbia, and I concentrate my practice on advising businesses on employment law matters — including ADA, ADEA, FLSA, FMLA, and Title VII compliance — and representing companies in civil litigation in both state and federal courts. I also advise federal contractors on their legal compliance responsibilities.

Before joining Nexsen Pruet, I served as a law clerk for the Honorable Joseph F. Anderson Jr., U.S. District Judge, District of South Carolina, Columbia Division. As a judicial law clerk, I worked on several matters relevant to my practice, including complex civil litigation and on whistleblower cases brought under the False Claims Act. During my clerkship, I had the honor of drafting two opinions for the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals while Judge Anderson was sitting by designation.


  • University of South Carolina School of Law, J.D. 2013
  • University of South Carolina, B.A., 1998

Bar Admissions
  • South Carolina Bar
  • CALI Awards - Legal Writing I and II, Advanced Legal Writing, Torts II, Products Liability and Sustainable Business.
  • "Legal Elite of the Midlands" - International Law

As a child, one of my favorite parts of the day was when my brother and I cuddled up next to our mom or dad for a bedtime story. What made the experience so memorable was that it was evident that our parents very much enjoyed reading out loud to us. Listening to their voices telling us stories about magical lands and heroic fairy tale characters made us want to learn how to read. I can still remember finishing my first chapter book by myself sitting in the backseat of our family car as my parents were driving us to a vacation destination. Now, my husband and I share these moments with our two young daughters and both of them have developed a love of books and reading. To help pass this on to other young children in the community, I am a volunteer in public school in Richland County School District 1. As I help young students learn how to read, I also read out loud to convey my joy of reading like my parents did to me.

A native of Sweden, I first came to the United States as a child when my dad's work at Exxon moved the family to the New York City area for a few years. After high school, I came back to the United States to go to college and I met my husband. Nowadays, we live in an old wooden house in downtown Columbia with our two daughters. With family in both the United States and Sweden, we raise our girls as bilingual to help them stay connected to their roots.

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