Sarah graduated from Bristol university in 2015 with a BSC in Politics and Philosophy. Whilst working as a paralegal in crime and extradition she completed a graduate diploma in law obtaining a distinction.
Sarah has a wealth of experience in both crime and extradition consistently displaying great skill in case analysis and preparation. She is already renowned in legal circles for her creative thinking, something very much encouraged here at NLS.
Sarah deals with criminal cases at all stages of proceedings, from the police station to the crown court and court of appeal. Most notably she acted in the leading case of DPP v Oraki  EWHC 115 (Admin), in which the law on self-defence was clarified. This case is now the leading authority on the availability of self-defence to those charged with obstructing a police officer. Work on this case included dealing with a vulnerable appellant and resisting the prosecutions application to appeal to the supreme court.
She also regularly assists clients with extradition requests at both the Magistrates and High Court. Sarah has assisted in obtaining the discharge of numerous clients facing extradition on European Arrest Warrants.
Sarah is also training to be a police station representative.