Sarah Gupta is an articling student in our Ottawa office. She has recently completed her Juris Doctor from the University of Ottawa.
During her legal studies, Sarah was a legal writing leader for the legal writing academy. In this role, she mentored students to help improve their legal writing skills and graded and critiqued memoranda in Civil Procedure, Dispute Resolution and Professional Responsibility courses.
In 2020, Sarah received an award for ‘Best Policy Briefing’ during her participation in the Copyright Policy Moot. In 2021, she was a semi-finalist and runner-up for best respondent factum in the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot. Additionally, Sarah worked as a technology law research intern at the Centre for Law, Technology and Society, was a Women’s Legal Mentor, and served as VP Finance for the South Asian Law Student Association (SALSA).
Sarah completed her Bachelor of Medical Sciences, Honors and her Master of Science, with Specialization in Physiology and Pharmacology, at the University of Western Ontario. In 2010 she earned the Western Scholarship of Distinction.
- In the Media
- “Medical Assistance in Dying After Carter: Developing a 'Trialogue Theory' Framework”, National Journal of Constitutional Law, August 2020
- “Structural Determinants Governing β-arrestin2 Interaction with PDZ Proteins and Recruitment to CRFR1” (co-authors: Khaled S. Abd-Elrahman, Awatif Albaker, Henry A. Dunn, Stephen S.G. Ferguson), Cellular Signalling, July 2019