Sarah Goodin



Sarah Goodin focuses her work on affordable housing development.  She represents developers and lenders in affordable housing transactions and community development projects, most of which involve multiple layers of financing and low income housing tax credits. She also represents nonprofit organizations, assisting with obtaining tax exempt status and providing general legal counsel.
Prior to joining Ellinger Carr, Sarah worked as an Attorney at Legal Aid of North Carolina in Ahoskie, North Carolina, where she defended low-income clients in foreclosure actions and represented clients filing for bankruptcy. Prior to Legal Aid, Sarah served as Contracts Manager at the Center for Community Self-Help in Durham, North Carolina.
Sarah participates in a literacy program sponsored by the Wake County Bar Association aimed at bringing local elementary school students up to grade level.



J.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Virginia



North Carolina
United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina



American Bar Association
ABA Forum on Affordable Housing
North Carolina Bar Association