Sarah is an articling student at the Toronto office. She recently graduated from Queen's University Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, Sarah obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Global Development Studies from Queen's University.
At Queen's Law, Sarah was actively involved in providing pro bono legal services. She was a volunteer for Pro Bono Students Canada, working with refugees in the Kingston community. Sarah was a caseworker with the Queen's Elder Law Clinic and worked as a mentor for the Clinic in her third year.
Sarah was a long-term volunteer at a Health and Resource Centre in Kingston, where she served terms as both the Volunteer Coordinator and Assistant Director.
Sarah has worked at a legal technology startup in London, England. Sarah has also worked as a teaching assistant for the undergraduate Workplace Law course during her last two years at Queen's Law.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys hot yoga, reading mystery novels and spending time on the lake.