‘Standout junior highlighted for her responsiveness and ability to draw out the key issues at the heart of complex cases.’
'Superb understanding of the technical and academic aspects of the law’ Legal 500 2014:
Private Client: Trusts and Probate
‘brings substantial experience of trust taxation, wills and the 1975 Act to her well-regarded practice…provides clear concise advice… bright and very good on the details’
Chambers UK 2015: Traditional Chancery
‘stand-out junior…quick and clear… gets to the heart of matter…excellent on her feet'
Chambers UK 2015: Court of Protection Property and Affairs
'calm, unruffled and quick; her documentation and advices are exemplars of clarity and consideration'
Chambers UK: Traditional Chancery 2014
'impresses with her pragmatism'
Chambers UK: Court of Protection 2014
Legal 500 2013 : Private Client:Trusts and Probate
'one more to watch'
Chambers UK: Traditional Chancery
Sarah Haren has a busy practice in a wide range of Chancery work, both contentious and non-contentious, primarily comprising:
Sarah regularly appears in the Court of Protection as well as the High Court and county courts. She also has experience of litigation in the Cayman Islands.
Sarah is recommended by Chambers UK as leading individual in the fields of traditional Chancery and Court of Protection and by the Legal 500 as a leading junior in the field of Private Client : Trusts and Probate.
Sarah is a member of ACTAPS and the Chancery Bar Association.
Sarah co-authored the fourth edition of Partnership (Bloomsbury) with Mark Blackett-Ord in 2012.
Sarah has written an article on Privacy Issues for Trustees in the Family Division for PCB Issue 1, 2016. You can read the article here.
Sarah attended Oxford University, where she obtained a first class degree in Jurisprudence and a distinction in the BCL.