Sarah practises primarily in commercial and public law. Sarah also accepts briefs in appellate criminal law and some common law matters.
Before coming to the Bar, Sarah was an Associate to the Hon Justice Stephen Gageler AC at the High Court of Australia.
Sarah has also worked as a Trial Division Researcher at the Supreme Court of Victoria, and as a solicitor in the Dispute Resolution team of King & Wood Mallesons. While at King & Wood Mallesons, Sarah gained particular experience in commercial, administrative law, regulatory and trade practices disputes.
Sarah has taught Trusts in the JD programme at Melbourne Law School, and has tutored subjects including Constitutional Law, Evidence, Torts and Contracts at Monash Law School and at Queen's College, University of Melbourne.
Sarah holds undergraduate degrees in Arts and Law (with First Class Honours) from the University of Melbourne, and a Master of Laws from Harvard Law School. As part of her Masters programme, Sarah completed the Harvard Negotiation Workshop.
Sarah is a reporter for the Commonwealth Law Reports. She has also published articles in Australian and US law journals.
Since coming to the Bar, Sarah has advised and appeared on behalf of corporations, government departments and individuals. Matters in which Sarah has been briefed include:
Commercial and regulatory law
Sarah read with Alistair Pound, and her senior mentor was Christopher Caleo QC.