Sara M. Prasatik

Sara M. Prasatik has been an Associate with the Houston, Texas law firm of Pagel, Davis & Hill (“PDH”), a Professional Corporation, since March 2016. Ms. Prasatik works with the firm’s litigation group, representing individuals and businesses in an array of legal disputes. Ms. Prasatik engages in all phases of litigation, including managing discovery, drafting and arguing dispositive motions, negotiating and preparing settlement agreements, and representing clients at mediation and trial.

Before joining PDH, Ms. Prasatik was an associate at a boutique law firm in Houston and a briefing attorney for the Texas First Court of Appeals.

Ms. Prasatik’s legal practice is informed by her background in public policy and government relations. Her experience includes serving as a policy aide to a U.S. Senator in Washington, DC, a lobbyist for a major international agricultural trade association, and a policy expert for a Texas-based educational software company.

Areas of Practice

  • Commercial litigation
  • Business litigation for closely-held and family-held businesses
  • Construction litigation


  • Honorable Harvey Brown, Texas First Court of Appeals (2013-2014)


  • J.D., University of Houston Law Center, 2013
    • Editor in Chief, Houston Journal of International Law
    • Recipient, 2012 James W. Skelton Jr. Award for Outstanding Comment on a Topic in International Law
    • University of Houston Law Center Interscholastic Moot Court
    • Mary Hardin Hoffman Scholarship Recipient
    • Public Interest Law Fellow
  • M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary, 2009
  • B.A. (Political Science), The George Washington University, 2003


  • Licensed to Practice Law in the State of Texas, 2013
  • Houston Bar Association

Civic Involvement

  • Ms. Prasatik’s pro bono casework includes representing immigrant children in proceedings before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service and the Executive Office of Immigration Review.
  • Ms. Prasatik and her husband are active supporters of Young Life and its various ministries to students in Houston.