Education

Bar Admission

  • 2020 Admitted to the British Columbia Bar

Sarah Manshreck is a member of the firm’s Business Disputes, Labour + Employment and Immigration Practices.

Sarah strives to provide practical advice that is specific to the needs of her clients. She has previously worked on a variety of matters which include commercial disputes, debt collection, shareholder disputes, wrongful termination and human rights matters.

Sarah also works on corporate immigration matters and has assisted in the preparation of work permits and permanent residence applications for individual and corporate clients.

Sarah has represented clients before the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Provincial Court of British Columbia, and the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal. Sarah completed summers and articles at the firm prior to being hired as an associate. During law school, Sarah worked with the Allard International Justice and Human Rights Clinic and travelled to Switzerland to assist the Canadian member at the UN Human Rights Committee.

On A Personal Note...

Sarah is at her happiest when she is travelling to a new place, either locally or internationally. In her spare time, Sarah likes hiking and making playlists on Spotify.

Representative Experience

Immigration

  • Provided advice and immigration solutions to companies to transfer employees to Canada under the International Mobility Program and Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
  • Provided advice and assistance to clients applying for permanent residence, including under the spousal sponsorship stream.
  • Provided advice and assistance to clients supporting workers through the BC PNP nomination process.

Blogs

One-Week Waiting Period Will Be Waived for Regular EI Benefits

New Requirements in Place for Federally Regulated Employers under the Canada Labour Code

Negative Covid-19 Test Required for Airline Passengers Entering Canada

Temporary Extension of Layoff Period Offers Relief

International Students Authorized to Return to Canada

The 2020 Parents and Grandparents Program is Now Open

Canadian Immigration Updates: Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship Program Opening; Canada Eases Border Restrictions for Extended Family Members; International Students Authorized to Return to Canada; and Work Permit and Study Permit Applications

New Employer Registration Requirement for B.C. Employers in Hiring Temporary Labour through Specific Federal Programs

Expiry of COVID-19 Temporary Layoffs in BC

COVID-19: Recent Statements from BC Human Rights Commissioner and BC Director of Employment Standards

Professional & Community Affiliations

Sarah's
Focus

Practice Areas:

  • Business
  • Personal