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Sarah* is an associate at Lenczner Slaght who first developed her advocacy skills through extensive participation in her university’s mooting program. Her ability to think quickly and her attention to detail resulted in oral and written advocacy awards for both her own team and the teams she coached. She sees § creative resolutions to disputes because she approaches legal problems from all angles. Her background in philosophy instilled an instinct to think critically and analytically, while her diverse employment and extracurricular experiences taught her to handle difficult situations with grace. Whatever the problem, she carefully crafts the solutions , always aiming to secure the best possible result for her clients. .



Sarah Bittman (she/her)

is an associate at Lenczner Slaght. 

As a summer and articling student at Lenczner Slaght, Sarah worked on complex commercial litigation, commercial arbitration, regulatory proceedings, and multiple professional negligence matters.

Sarah completed her JD at the University of Toronto where she was heavily involved in the mooting community as both a competitor and coach. In her second year, she competed in the Wilson Equality Moot, where her team earned first place in both oral and written advocacy. In her final year, Sarah acted as President of the Students’ Law Society, and was awarded the Gordon Cressy Award for student leadership and the Leonard Feigman Evidence Prize.

Prior to attending law school, Sarah studied philosophy, doing graduate work at Western University and University of California, Los Angeles.

After articling with the firm, Sarah clerked for Justice Rowe at the Supreme Court of Canada.

  • Ontario Bar Association

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