Sarah is an associate at Roper Greyell, practicing in all areas of employment and labour law with a focus on injunctions, wrongful dismissal claims, and labour grievances in the workplace.
Sarah has experience with running a general civil litigation practice with an emphasis on labour and employment law, and is looking forward to developing strong client relationships in her employment and labour law practice at Roper Greyell. She has assisted with drafting a number of workplace policies. Sarah also researches issues in employment and labour law, specifically wrongful dismissal claims, human rights complaints, union grievances, and collective bargaining disputes.
Highly organized and efficient, Sarah understands all stages of the litigation process, from conducting initial client interviews to preparing witnesses for trial.
Sarah has also drafted pleadings, applications, affidavits, and written submissions for all levels of court in British Columbia. Sarah began her legal career at a large national firm before joining Roper Greyell, where career highlights included running a successful wrongful dismissal trial with the claim being dismissed, as well as participating in two complex injunctions during her time at her previous firm. While completing her undergraduate degree, Sarah spent a semester abroad at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.
Outside of the office, Sarah enjoys biking, jogging, and taking in musical theatre.
B.A, Philosophy + Psychology, Dalhousie University
J.D, University of Toronto
Year of call
British Columbia, 2018
Membership / Affiliations
Vancouver Bar Association, 2018
Canadian Bar Association, 2018
The Advocates’ Society, 2019