Reagan G. Sauls obtained a B.S. degree in political science from Georgia Southern University in 1999 and then her J.D. degree from American University, Washington College of Law in 2002. Early in her career she practiced with the United States Department of Justice and with private firms in Virginia and Atlanta. She began representing school districts in Georgia in 2006. In 2009, she was awarded the distinction of being named a Rising Star attorney. She handles a broad variety of matters including, but not limited to, personnel matters and hearings, responding to Department of Education complaints both state and federal, address allegations of discrimination complaints through Office of Civil Rights and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, special education litigation and advising boards of education on policies and procedures. Her practice has included cases before both state and federal courts, along with administrative law judges. She provides training on all legal issues that are pertinent to educators and speaks on a regular basis at many conferences across the State. She works closely with GCASE to keep their members informed of legal issues.