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Sarah Colgrove is an associate at OKT. Her practice focusses on Aboriginal rights and self-government, environmental law, and administrative law. Sarah articled with Legal Aid Ontario, where she worked at Aboriginal Legal Services and served as a criminal duty council and a researcher. She is currently an LLM candidate at the University of Victoria, where she researches Indigenous jurisdictions over land and resources on the central coast of British Columbia.
Sarah received her JD from Osgoode Hall Law School, where she participated in the Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Rights Moot and the Poverty Law Intensive at Parkdale Community Legal Services. During law school, Sarah was awarded an Ian Scott Public Interest Fellowship to assist with community justice work in Haida Gwaii, and researched issues affecting Indigenous land rights and self-determination for Nunavut Tunngavik, the Government of Ontario, and MiningWatch. Prior to law, Sarah was a field coordinator for Ralph Nader, a ski instructor in Canada and France, and an editorial intern at The Walrus. She received her BA from McGill University, with a major degree in psychology and an honours degree in philosophy.
Sarah volunteers for the Justice and Corporate Accountability Project. She is a member of the Ontario Bar, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Law Union of Ontario.