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Meet Sarah Morris Ocampo

In 2015, Sarah Ocampo founded Ocampo Wiseman Law, previously known as Morris Law Center. With over 20 years of practice, Sarah frequently appears in both State and Federal Court in Nevada.

Prior to founding Ocampo Wiseman Law, Sarah gained a broad range of experience at several law firms. This experience includes working for a well-known national insurance defense firm, as well as a boutique California based firm focused on mortgage banking.

In between law firms, Sarah spent a year in house at a national insurance company managing their litigation files. While in law school, Sarah worked as a Legal Extern to Judge Mark Gibbons in the Eighth Judicial District.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Sarah owned her own business, which she sold shortly after law school. As a child and through high school, Sarah traveled around the world due to her father’s job with the Foreign Service. Consequently, she loves to travel and experience new cultures.

Sarah "Morris" Ocampo

Partner | CEO



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Primary Areas of Practice


Bar Admissions & Licenses

  • State Bar of Nevada, 2003

  • United States District Court: District of Nevada, 2003

  • Nevada Department of Business and Industry, Real Estate Division, Real Estate Salesperson, 2013

  • Nevada Department of Business and Industry, Division of Insurance, Captive Insurance Attorney, 2015


  • William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Juris Doctor, 2002

  • University of New Mexico, Magna Cum Laude, 2000

  • Phi Beta Kappa

Professional Affiliations

  • Board Member, Heaven Can Wait Animal Society

  • Member, Global Advisory Board for Education for Sharing (E4S), an international, non-profit organization with the mission of forming better global citizens from childhood through the power of play

  • Vice-Chair, Global Business Committee, Las Vegas Realtors Association (“LVR”), 2016



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*Free consults for Estate Planning, Probate, Appeals, and Business Law matters. Other matters outside this scope may be subject to a $15 fee.

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