Motivational Speaking

Sara J. Berman presented at more than thirty conferences and UNIVERSITIES between 2018-2021.

Bar Exam Success in Berman’s Words:

Professor Berman, speaking in 2015 to the Women’s Leadership Program at the George Washington University.



In August 2021, Sara J. Berman was invited to give the Commencement Address at the St. Francis School of Law in California. The title of Professor Berman’s talk was Four Pillars: the Pillars of Professional Excellence

Student Testimonials

Dear Ms. Berman,

Thank you so much for coming to speak with us last Thursday. Your talk was the best and most motivating symposium we have had so far. You really inspired me to always have a goal in mind–right after your talk I made a list of some goals I want to accomplish this year. Your success as a lawyer and motivator is so impressive and I’m extremely grateful that you were able to take some time out of your schedule to share it with us.


GW ’19

Dear Ms. Berman,

Thank you for coming to speak to us at WLP at GWU last Thursday. While I am not pre-law, your advice was especially helpful to me at this time in my life. I hope to go to medical school after college, and I have been feeling overwhelmed with all the things I have to do. Your advice on setting small and big goals helped me a lot and I feel confident about working hard and smart in my first year of college. Thank you again.

Good morning, 

I would like to thank you very much for speaking to us on Thursday. It was a wonderful experience and I walked away with and inspiration and motivation that I’m sure will follow me throughout my time here. 

Thank you again!


GWU International Relations B.A. Candidate

Class of 2019

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