Saarah's practice encompasses a wide range of civil litigation matters, employment law, personal injury law, corporate/commercial litigation, collections, and family law. She is a member of the executives of the Canadian Bar Association's civil litigation and young lawyers sections. She also provides free legal advice to low-income clients through Pro Bono Law Alberta.
A native Edmontonian, Saarah graduated from the University of Alberta with an Honours Political Science degree in 2006. While pursuing her undergraduate degree she won several awards including the University of Alberta's Rising Star Award, the City of Edmonton Youth Council Citation for Outstanding Service, and the Consular Ball Scholarship for International Studies. Her interest in politics then led her to a position at Parliament Hill in Ottawa where she worked for a year as an assistant to a member of parliament.
Saarah returned to school thereafter and completed her law degree at the University of British Columbia in 2010. While at UBC Law, Saarah was President of the South Asian Law Student Association and an active clinician for the Law Students Legal Advice Program. She also co-mediated several small claims disputes through UBC's Mediation Clinic.
After law school, Saarah articled in Vancouver, practicing in a wide range of areas including family law, civil litigation, wills & estates, and business law. During this time she was also Chair of the Canadian Bar Association�s Young Lawyers Section for the Lower Mainland.
In 2012, Saarah moved to Calgary and joined Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP. She is proud to call Calgary home and enjoys spending her free time volunteering, reading, and keeping fit. Her golf game is a work in progress.