Sarah joined the School of Law as a Lecturer in 2013, prior to which she was a solicitor at Tods Murray in Edinburgh.
In private practice Sarah specialised in commercial litigation and property litigation. Before qualifying as a solicitor, Sarah spent a year as a legal assistant at the Scottish Law Commission, working on the Land Registration and Leasehold Conversion projects. She was also a part-time tutor in Property, Trusts and Succession at Edinburgh University for eight years.
Scots private law, in particular property law and commercial law.
'The scope of protective costs orders' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, vol 2014, no. 161.
'Planning permission or no planning permission?' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, vol 2013, no. 159.
'Clear boundaries' Scottish Planning and Environmental Law, vol 2013, no. 160.
'The landlord's hypothec: difficulties in practice' Scots Law Times, vol 22, pp. 120-123.