The latest addition to the legal staff at the Attorney General’s Office is an attorney who served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa.
Assistant Attorney General Jillian B Sadler is with the criminal division of the AG’s Office and has been shadowing Assistant AG Woodrow Pengally in District Court.
She attended California State University, Los Angeles for her Bachelor’s degree and Northeastern University School of Law in Boston for her Juris Doctorate.
Between getting her Bachelor’s and starting law school, she was a Peace Corps volunteer in Kenya and Botswana, Africa.
Sadler grew up in Los Angeles County, and was living in Seattle, Washington before moving to American Samoa.
So far she’s happy with island life and is impressed with the cadre of people she’s working with in the AG’s Office.