Sarah Cibik is a versatile member of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Mass Torts Practice Group. Sarah has focused primarily on civil litigation matters in a variety of forms during her legal career. She currently works on expert witness development, discovery issues, defense strategies, and trial preparation with a specific emphasis in the area of mass torts. She also counsels clients in asset recoupment matters and assists with internal investigations relating to tort claims. Prior to joining Womble Bond Dickinson, Sarah was an attorney with the NC Department of Justice’s Environmental Division and an attorney at a family law litigation firm.

Civic Activities

Wake County Expunction Pre-Screening Sorting Clinic, 2016


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  • Assisted RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company with expert witness development, defense strategies, and trial preparation in the Engle progeny personal injury and wrongful death cases.
  • Assisted a Fortune Global 500 medical care provider in investigating critical incidents and adverse events.
  • Counseled a Fortune Global 500 medical care provider in asset recoupment matters related to health care payments.
  • Assisted the North Carolina Attorney General’s office with discovery and trial preparation in a major ongoing civil litigation matter.
  • Litigated and negotiated family law cases in North Carolina District and Superior Court.

Bar admissions

2014, North Carolina


  • J.D., 2014, Campbell University School of Law
    • Recipient, Book Award for the Senior Law Clinic
    • Recipient, North Carolina Advocates for Justice Most Outstanding Advocate Award
    • Recipient, Top 16 Team Award in the Richard A. Lord Intramural Moot Court Competition
    • Recipient, Campbell University School of Law Academic Scholarship
  • B.A., 2010, Campbell University
    • cum laude
    • Dean’s List
    • President’s List
    • Recipient, Campbell University Presidential Transfer Scholarship