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Sarah Moore

Associate solicitor

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You have obviously changed my life for ever, I don't know how I can ever thank you and your firm enough for that. I am forever grateful. It has been such a pleasure dealing with you through this whole process. – David Tickell, thalidomide client
She has one of the best brains for science in her sector. She can get to grips with really complicated scientific issues that a lot of people struggle with. She's a brilliant researcher. – Chambers and partners 2020

Associate solicitor, Sarah is a practitioner with 12 years PQE. Sarah attended Cambridge University and trained with City Firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London and Paris. 

Sarah has been heavily involved in high profile group litigation against British corporations both in the UK and overseas; notable cases include representing Colombian farmers against BP and citizens of Abidjan against UK registered company Trafigura. 

More recently Sarah has specialised in product liability group actions and has been credited in Legal 500 2017 as ‘outstandingly bright and phenomenally hardworking’. 

She has successfully represented clients seeking compensation for historic Thalidomide injuries and over the last 5 years has played a key role in the DePuy Pinnacle Metal on Metal Hip Group Litigation. The Pinnacle litigation resulted in a 14 week Trial in the High Court, concluding in January 2018. 

What clients say about Sarah

"You have obviously changed my life for ever, I don't know how I can ever thank you and your firm enough for that. I am forever grateful. It has been such a pleasure dealing with you through this whole process."
- David Tickell, thalidomide client

Sarah in the news:

Landmarks in law: the case of the dead snail in the ginger beer Guardian 3.10.19

Power to the people: Sarah Moore reviews the current state of product liability in the Uk and asks: is it time for a consumer revolution? NLJ 27.4.18

Lies, damned lies? Political and product liability New Law Journal 15.7.16 Sarah Moore highlights what politicians and toothpaste do not have in common

A bitter pill New Law Journal 12.2.15 Are “Big Pharma” & voluntary codes ending the Dark Age of industry bias, asks Sarah Moore

Medical devices: new isn’t always better Solicitors Journal 27.1.15

Where there’s smoke…Will the issues of e-cigarettes & plain packaging re-ignite tobacco litigation, asks Sarah Moore New Law Journal 16.5.14

A bitter pill to swallow: what impact will the new European Medical Device Regulations have on UK medicine New Law Journal 28.2.14

Challenging the food giants Solicitors Journal 9.4.13

Time for a litigation supplement? Sarah Moore exposes some regulatory deficiencies in the world of vitamins & supplements New Law Journal 11.10.13

Accreditations

  • Chambers
  • Legal 500 Rising Star

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