Sarah Keogh has been awarded the Junior Pro Bono Barrister of the year award. Sarah’s victory recognises her significant contribution of time and expertise to pro bono work. Sarah has undertaken cases primarily in her specialist area of employment law.
The full biographies of all nominees this year can be found in the Award brochure.
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