Sarah E. Allan (she/her), originally from Vancouver, BC, received her Bachelor’s Degree with Distinction in Montreal at Concordia University (2007), majoring in both Anthropology and Human Relations. She returned to Vancouver to attend UBC Law School (2011), completing a specialization in Social Justice and the Law, and spending a term with the Indigenous Community Legal Clinic (formerly First Nations Legal Clinic). Sarah was called to the bar in September 2012.
Sarah joined Warsh Law in July 2018 and practices primarily family law. In 2021, Sarah became accredited as a Family Law Mediator in order to assist families to reach agreements between themselves, outside of court. She also provides representation for youth who are at the centre of high-conflict family law matters through the Society for Children and Youth. She volunteers with Access Pro Bono’s Summary Legal Advice Program and Virtual Family Mediation Project, and as the President of the Board of Directors of a non-profit organization, Parent Support Services Society of BC. Sarah aims to help her clients understand the legal system and the law, and to provide creative solutions to help her clients achieve their goals. Sarah is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch. Sarah has two small children and enjoys spending time with her family exploring Vancouver Island’s forests, lakes and beaches.
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