Sarah Millman is based in the firm’s Toronto office. She practices in the areas of labour and employment, human rights, administrative law, and constitutional law. Sarah is dedicated to advocating with workers and unions to assert their rights.

Before joining the firm, Sarah worked as a policy analyst for First Nations’ leadership on the West Coast, providing strategic advice to support the advancement and implementation of Aboriginal title, rights, treaty rights, and the right to self-determination. Sarah received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto as a Bragg Loran Scholar and continues to be involved with the Loran Scholars Foundation as a volunteer. She holds a Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School and an LLM in Human Rights and Criminal Justice from Queen’s University Belfast, where her thesis was focussed on anti-carceral approaches to sexual violence.

While at Osgoode, Sarah was a Case Worker in the Workers’ Rights Division of Parkdale Community Legal Services, advocating alongside non-unionized workers in matters before the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and provincial courts, and contributing to systemic advocacy to enhance the legal protections available to workers. Her academic writing has appeared in the Alternative Law Journal and she has expertise writing policy submissions aimed at all levels of government.

Sarah is passionate about ensuring clients feel their voices are heard in legal processes and committed to leveraging the law in solidarity with social movements.