Sarah Robicheau is an associate in the Toronto office of Davis LLP, where she practises in the firm's Environmental Law and Municipal Law practice groups.
Sarah's practice deals with all areas of environmental and municipal law and includes assisting senior counsel with civil disputes regarding contaminated property, representing companies charged with environmental offences, and advising public and private sector clients in matters before the Ontario Municipal Board, the Ontario Energy Board and the Environmental Review Tribunal. She also regularly assists in providing advice to business on environmental due diligence responsibilities, the application of the environmental regulatory regime to their particular operations, and matters relating to land transactions.
Sarah is a graduate of the joint JD/Masters of Environmental Studies program at Osgoode Hall Law School and York University in Toronto. Prior to attending law school, Sarah studied International Development Studies and Biology at the University of King's College and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
She joined Davis LLP in 2009 as a student and completed her articles at the firm before joining as an associate in 2011.
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