- Public Law - welfare, discrimination, local government, community care, housing
- Planning Law
- Environmental Law
- Education Law
Sarah has a wide-ranging practice in public law. Sarah's practice encompasses planning, environmental, education, social welfare law, housing, EU law, discrimination/equality and regulatory judicial review. Sarah acts for claimants and respondents alike and has advised a range of public authorities, NGOs, charities and private clients. She has appeared as junior in the Supreme Court and unled in the High Court and Court of Appeal.
Sarah is on the Attorney General's C Panel and is regularly instructed by the Government. Sarah is committed to publicly funded work, as well as privately funded and public interest litigation. In appropriate cases, Sarah acts pro bono.
Sarah holds an LLM from Harvard Law School and is a visiting lecturer at the London School of Economics Cities Programme where she teaches public law and urban politics.
Sarah is recommended in Chambers & Partners 2017 as a 'rising junior' in Planning Law. She is described as having "a very thorough strategic grasp and a light touch" and "she's very good with clients".
Sarah has also recently been recommended in Education Law. She is described as "an extremely thorough, confident and competent advocate. Sources predict a fine future for her", Chambers & Partners 2014.