Sarah qualified in 2013 from a top 200 law firm and specialises in corporate law. Before pursuing a career in law, Sarah gained her Master’s in international relations and worked in policy for the charity sector. Sarah has worked in-house at the legal department of the United Nations World Food Programme based in Rome, Oxford University Press where she acted on a range of corporate matters and Fujitsu, where she worked on a range of commercial matters.
Sarah has experience of advising a range of corporate clients on various matters including acquisitions, cross-border corporate transactions, investments and restructures. Furthermore, she regularly advises on corporate governance and constitutional arrangements, including articles of association and shareholders’ agreements. Sarah also has commercial experience including drafting a wide range of contracts including terms and conditions and distribution agreements.
When away from the office and not advising corporate clients, Sarah enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding and all things adrenaline. Sarah has also volunteered for numerous charities, including working with children in Peruvian barrios and for Oxfam Cymru.
Sarah’s profile for Twitter if she had an account would be: Corporate lawyer, adrenaline sports fan, keen traveler, music lover, terrible cook and social media phobe.