Sara brings a broad-based knowledge of law and policy advising clients on data protection issues, health regulatory matters, access to information and risk. Sara advises clients on privacy issues arising across the data lifecycle, employment relationships, health research, compliance programs and training to service agreements, data sharing arrangements, policies, project assessments and transactions. In her health professions practice she advises on all matters related to regulatory compliance. Her access to information practice includes making and responding to access requests, requests for review, and administrative proceedings before the Information and Privacy Commissioner. She has extensive experience working with large public and private companies, professional associations, leading health research entities, professional regulatory bodies, medical clinics, hospitals, charities and not-for-profit enterprises. She served over four years as a privacy officer at one of the largest law firms in Canada and also on a number of volunteer boards and committees throughout her career, and in December 2022 completed a three-year term as Chair of the Metro Vancouver Transit Police Board. She was appointed Queen’s Counsel (now King’s Counsel) in British Columbia in 2014.