Sarah joined the firm in October 2017 as an Associate in the Public Law team. She represents clients in a range of public law cases, including public inquiries and inquests.

Sarah has particular experience of advising in relation to complex inquest matters. She was recently instructed in the Westminster Bridge inquest. Sarah also acts for clients in serious clinical negligence claims.

Sarah came to Kingsley Napley from the Government Legal Departments where she acted for clients from the Ministry of Justice. Prior to this, Sarah completed her training contract at Baker McKenzie and spent some time as an Associate in their Sydney office in the Dispute Resolution team. 

Sarah graduated from the University of Oxford in 2010 with a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics. She then completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law.

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The grey area between Article 2 and ordinary medical negligence? The High Court considers Parkinson and the deaths of vulnerable people in care homes

What is an 'Article 2 inquest' and why does it matter?

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Court finds approach by DWP to Universal Credit ‘odd in the extreme’

Over £450,000 for the state and £0 for PC Palmer’s family at the Westminster Bridge Inquest - how the inequality of arms at inquests looks set to continue

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