Sarah Spitz is an associate at Rayman Beitchman LLP whose current practice focuses on civil litigation and expropriation law. She has assisted in matters before all levels of Court in Ontario and before various administrative tribunals
Sarah earned her JD from Queen’s University in 2017, graduating on the Dean’s List. While in law school, Sarah earned prizes for her work in health law and trial advocacy and was selected to represent her school in the Walsh Negotiation Competition. Outside of the classroom, Sarah worked with local Kingston seniors at the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic, assisting with end of life planning and estates matters. She was also a senior editor on the Queen’s Law Journal and acted as a research assistant, working with prominent academics on papers and books focusing on health, human rights, family law and constitutional law.
Prior to law school, Sarah earned her Bachelor of Journalism at Carleton University. Her writing has appeared in the National Post, the Canadian Medical Association Journal and the Ottawa Citizen.
Prior to Joining Rayman Beitchman in 2018, Sarah articled at another leading civil litigation firm in Toronto.