Sarah Boland’s work focusses on tax and estate planning, dispute resolution, tax litigation and private school litigation.
Sarah, who has completed the Canadian Securities Course (CSC) from the Canadian Securities Institute (CSI), obtained considerable experience in estate planning as an Associate in the Wealth Management division at RBC Dominion Securities in Toronto prior to attending law school.
At the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law at Lakehead University, Sarah excelled in tax law and conducted primary original research on law reform. She interned and summered at firms working on the tax implications of the purchase and sale of shares and assets as well as those of estate transfers and disposals.
As a member of Toastmasters International, Associate of the Royal Conservatory of Music (A.R.C.T, piano), and recipient of the Bronze Cross and National Lifeguard Service awards from the Lifesaving Society, Sarah brings a wide and varied perspective to her position.
Sarah graduated from Trinity College at the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts with Distinction specializing in Political Science.
She graduated from the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law at Lakehead University where she conducted primary, original research on law reform.
In addition, she has completed the Canadian Securities Course (Parts I and II).
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In addition to being a Millennium Scholar, she was awarded a research scholarship through the University of Toronto to work as part of the Open Net Initiative (ONI) in connection with the Berkman Klein Center.