Sara’s interest in migration law began in 2014 while volunteering as a law student to assist in the family reunification of unaccompanied humanitarian minors.
Sara completed her studies in a combined Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts at Monash University. She then took her passions to Japan and worked for UNHCR Tokyo Office in the Protection Unit. There she was involved in advocacy and policy research/advice relating to the Syrian refugee crisis. She also assisted with the implementation of programs aimed at achieving improved social integration and support of refugees in Japan through education and law and policy change.
Returning to Australia, Sara was admitted to legal profession in 2019 and has experience in corporate and employer sponsored migration, and hopes to also focus on judicial review, family and humanitarian visa matters.
As a first generation migrant herself, she is passionate about empowering people to pursue opportunities and challenges in new countries, and looks forward to a career in assisting clients’ in achieving their migration goals.