Sarah initially joined Morrow Morrow Crosbie as an associate lawyer in 2018, having commenced her articles with the Firm in 2016. Sarah is pleased to return to Morrow Morrow & Crosbie following three years at a large Atlantic Canadian law firm where she focused on personal injury and litigation. Having worked on behalf of both injured parties and insurance companies, she feels that she brings a unique perspective to personal injury files.
Sarah completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Ottawa, where she gained valuable experience working on Parliament Hill in Ottawa and earned a Joint Honours degree in Public Administration and Political Science. Upon completion, she returned to Newfoundland and Labrador for graduate studies at Memorial University.
Sarah excelled in her legal studies having won several awards for her academic achievements during her time at Dalhousie and the Newfoundland and Labrador Bar Admissions Course.
Sarah is committed to helping individuals navigate the legal system. She is a long-time roster lawyer with the Journey Project, advocating for survivors of violence and provided pro bono services through Dalhousie Legal Aid Services during law school. In addition, she assists with the creation and implementation of provincial regulations and constitutions by serving on provincial boards.
Sarah grew up in and continues to reside in Dildo, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador.