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Sarah joined BOS London in 2023 as a Paralegal. She assists the litigation team in the research of landlord and tenant, debt finance and intellectual property matters.

Working closely with the litigation team, Sarah regularly carries out legal research. She is involved in the drafting of legal documents, research and in case preparation. She spares no effort to ensure that her work maintains a high standard and demonstrates efficacy and persistence in her approach. She consistently produces work to an exemplary standard and is precise in her research of complex legal matters.

Having experienced the environment of a law firm before joining, Sarah was inspired to study law at a higher degree and has quickly assimilated into the BOS environment. Fluent in Russian, she is able to apply her level of skill to cases outside of the jurisdiction.

Sarah completed a BA (Hons) in Linguistics from Queen Mary, University of London. She is currently undertaking her MA Law at the University of Law. She then plans to complete the LPC.

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