Sarah is a litigator at Ross Nasseri. She is developing a broad civil litigation and regulatory practice.
Before joining the firm, Sarah summered and articled at McCarthy Tétrault’s Toronto office. During her time there, Sarah assisted with trials, appeals, motion hearings, and arbitrations, across a range of areas of law including corporate/commercial, medical malpractice, banking and finance, class actions, and defamation.
Sarah received her JD from Queen’s University. While at law school, Sarah was named to the Dean’s Honour List, received course prizes in Evidence and Mental Health Law, as well as the Professor H.R.S. Ryan Scholarship for having the highest standing in Evidence. Sarah discovered her passion for advocacy while mooting. She competed in the Wilson Moot, where her team was awarded the top facta and third place overall. Sarah coached the Wilson Moot team the following year. While at Queen’s, Sarah also volunteered for Pro Bono, the Women and Law club, and served as an academic tutor for first-year law students.
Prior to law school, Sarah received a Bachelor of Arts (with distinction) in Psychology from McGill University, where she was named to the Dean’s List. She also worked for a national bank and the Law Society of Ontario. In her spare time, Sarah loves trying new restaurants, taking HIIT classes, and playing with her dog.