Sarah Court Brown


Sarah has wide-ranging experience of public and regulatory law. She has worked with a diverse range of clients including public and private sector bodies, charities and individuals. 

She regularly advises clients on complying with statutory obligations, decision making and challenges (including judicial review and public procurement claims) and drafting and following sound policies and procedures. 

Sarah has a particular interest in judicial review, equality law, constitutional law, health and social care, public procurement, public inquiries and inquests, charities and education. She also has knowledge of data protection and freedom of information law. 

Sarah is a qualified Solicitor-Advocate (Higher Courts, Civil Proceedings). When she is not working for BWB, Sarah is completing a PhD at Queen Mary, University of London, considering whether equality protections have constitutional status in the UK. This research is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.

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University of Oxford (BA), 2010
College of Law (LLB, GDL, LPC), 2012
Birkbeck College, University of London (LLM), 2016
Queen Mary, University of London (MRes), 2017
Queen Mary, University of London (PhD), Ongoing


Young Public Lawyers Group; Women’s Equality Party