Sarah joined Natural Justice in May 2020 as a Legal Fellow in the Nairobi Hub. She holds an LLM in Transnational Criminal Justice from Humboldt University of Berlin and the University of the Western Cape, as well as an LLB from Moi University. She also has a PG-Dip from the Kenya School of Law and was admitted to the Kenyan Bar in February 2020.
Sarah has vast experience in international human rights and humanitarian law, and transnational criminal justice, having worked as a researcher for the Africa-German Research Network (Transcrim) and as a part-time trainer in international human rights/humanitarian law. She has a keen interest in finding solutions for communities affected by mining activities and holding mining companies liable for the violation of human rights.
Prior to joining Natural justice, Sarah worked at Njoroge Regeru & Co. Advocates as a Legal Assistant where she was involved in researching and advising clients on economic crimes and assisted with litigation of constitutional and human rights cases. She also worked as part of a legal team for mining companies in advising them on business and human rights policies in Kenya.