Sarah provides advocacy in both civilian and military courts (Courts Martial) and also advises clients at the police station. She has experience in a broad spectrum of cases including rape and serious sexual offences (against both adults and children), offences against the person, dishonesty, AWOL and desertion. Sarah has a wealth of experience in dealing with persons who are deemed to be particularly vulnerable, mentally incapacitated or very young.
Sarah frequently travels abroad to provide representation, especially with military cases in Germany and Cyprus. She believes in being approachable, clear and calm, combining a sensitivity for the individual client with a keen intellect and a subtle but robust attitude in court.
As part of the military team, Sarah understands the pressures of army life – both on those serving and on the family left behind. She has developed an excellent working relationship with the Military Courts Service and Service Prosecuting Authority, a relationship which assists in progressing matters as effectively as possible through the Courts Martial system.
Career & qualifications
- 2002 Mary McMurray Scholar (Lincoln’s Inn)
- 2003 BVC (very competent); called to Lincoln’s Inn
- 2008 Admitted as a solicitor
- Qualified as Police Station representative and Magistrates’ Court duty solicitor
- Higher Courts Qualification
“I would like to thank Sarah Brown for her work and professionalism throughout the case. My wife and I are extremely happy with the outcome, which of course could have been a lot worse.”
“Thank you so much for everything – we really do appreciate all your efforts and with such little time to prepare! It was a good result.”