Sarah is an Immigration and Labour & Employment lawyer. Sarah assists a wide range of clientele with Canadian immigration issues, from individuals seeking temporary resident visas, study permits, work permits and permanent residency to large corporations seeking labour market impact assessments and work permits to hire temporary foreign workers.
Sarah also practices Labour & Employment law, with a particular focus on Education Law. She frequently does presentations for clients, industry organizations and seminars on numerous workplace issues, such as bullying and harassment, mental health and wellness, and cannabis in the workplace.
Sarah is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society and is the 2018/19 Chair of the CBA-NS Citizenship and Immigration Section. She offers pro bono legal services to individuals through the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia and the Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and Development. Sarah was a partner in implementing the Halifax chapter of the Refugee Sponsorship Support Program and is also a member of the Prostate Cancer Canada Atlantic Region’s Advisory Council.
J.D., Dalhousie University (2012)
B.A., St. Francis Xavier University (2008)