Sarah Miller was born and raised in Ontario, she completed her Bachelors of Law (LL.B) in 2019 at the University of Sussex. She recently completed her NCA requirements and plans to do her articling with Pax Law Corporation (“Pax Law”) and get called to the Bar of British Columbia.
Sarah is an advocate for victims of crime and tragic circumstances. She has presented internationally on the victimization of Canada’s Indigenous women and is trained in Mental Health First Aid, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, 2SLGBTQ+ Trauma Informed Care, and Non-Violent Crisis Intervention.
Sarah is currently helping our clients in the Immigration Department of Pax Law and in her spare time, volunteers as a Crisis Intervention Worker with Victim Services.
- Bachelors of Law (Honors), University of Sussex, 2019
- Post-Graduate Diploma in Victimology, Algonquin College 2016
- Post-Graduate Certificate in Victimology, Victim Assistance, and Criminal Justice, World Society of Victimology, 2016
- Bachelors in Law and History, Carleton University, 2015
- English (native)