Sarah Aaron is an articling student in Gowling WLG's Calgary office. Prior to joining Gowling WLG as an articling student, she worked with the firm as a summer law student.
Sarah obtained her JD with a Health Law & Policy specialization from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University. During her time at Dalhousie, she held a number of executive positions with law school societies, and volunteered on the Tenancy Rights Project at Dalhousie Legal Aid Services.
In her final year of law school, Sarah represented Dalhousie at the Bowman National Tax Moot and moderated a keynote session at the CBA Leadership Conference for Professional Women. Sarah also completed a semester at Dalhousie Legal Aid Service working on family, child protection, criminal law, and LGBTQ+ matters, where she gained valuable experience advocating for clients at administrative boards, the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission and the Nova Scotia Supreme Court.
In 2018, Sarah worked as a summer law student with Alberta Justice and Solicitor General's Alberta Health legal team on regulatory, environmental and contractual health files.
Prior to law school, Sarah held policy positions with Alberta Health and Alberta Health Services, specifically in the areas of physician compensation, Aboriginal health and medical affairs. She also completed health internships in Mexico, Argentina and Bolivia in the areas of reproductive health and maternal mortality.