Sexual Harassment Advice, Response, and Prevention for Workplaces
Sarah is a lawyer working with the the SHARP Workplaces project. Sarah provides legal advice and develops legal education and training on workplace sexual harassment.
Sarah earned her law degree from UVic in 2003 and was called to the Bar of BC in 2006. Prior to joining CLAS she worked as a supervising lawyer for the Law Students’ Legal Advice program as well as in union-side labour and immigration and refugee law. Much of her career has been focused on providing community-based legal services to low-income communities. Alongside her work at CLAS, Sarah teaches law at Thompson Rivers University, with a focus on labour, immigration, and community lawyering skills.