Sarah, who holds a Juris Doctorate and an English & Philosophy degree from Western University, is deeply committed to her professional work in employment law, human rights, civil litigation, and social justice reform.
Her passion for advocacy prospered in law school through her work with Community Legal Services. In addition to her course work, Sarah carried a diverse range of files and appeared before courts and tribunals in Southwestern Ontario for both civil and criminal matters. She also led a pro bono project aimed at providing workshops to the community on consumer protection, human rights & discrimination, tenant law, and the potential for defamation & libel in creative writing. For her commitments, she was awarded the Morris Kroll Memorial Award upon graduating from Western Law.
Sarah’s current practice focuses on being a strong ally through difficult and sensitive litigation. Her commitment to providing timely, honest and clear legal advice ensures clients never feel like they have been left in the dark. She has had great success advocating for clients who have faced harassment and discrimination, had their human rights infringed, and/or who are survivors of violence. Sarah cares deeply for the well-being of her clients, and is always pleased to assist in the pursuit of success in their legal endeavours.