Sarah is a Solicitor at PILC, representing clients in a range of public law and human rights cases, working to hold the state to account and affect wider systemic change through the law. She represents clients whose rights have been infringed by the state on a range of matters including unlawful detention, housing and homelessness, welfare support and immigration.
Sarah is an accredited specialist in Immigration and Asylum law and her work often has a focus on migrants’ rights and racial justice. She provides infrastructural public law support to grassroots groups and frontline organisations advising and supporting migrants, asylum seekers and refugees.
Prior to joining PILC, Sarah worked at the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants for five years, representing clients in a wide range of immigration and asylum matters and contributing to the organisation’s policy and strategic litigation. Sarah completed part of her legal training at Asylum Aid and the Helen Bamber Foundation. Sarah was awarded the Chancellor’s Scholarship for the Legal Practice Course at BPP University in recognition of her contribution to social justice and charitable causes.