Sarah is regularly instructed to deal with all aspects of licensing legislation. She has taken instructions for work in an advisory capacity to Councils and also as advocate for responsible authorities and large commercial organisations. Sarah has extensive knowledge of the Licensing Act 2003.
Sarah brings a particular edge in advocacy to her licensing and regulatory work as a result of her experience as a criminal practitioner. In her criminal practice, she acts as prosecution and defence, often instructed in serious cases, ranging from sexual abuse to money laundering.
As well as her criminal practice Sarah is also instructed on professional disciplinary matters, having appeared on behalf of Teachers, Head Teachers, Nurses and Social Workers
Criminal Bar Association
Bessemer Clark Scholarship Award – Grays Inn
Lord Justice Holker Scholarship Award – Grays Inn