Sarah AbramBarrister at Brick Court Chambers
Sarah Abram is a leading junior at the Bar. Current directories include comments that Sarah is “a superstar – brilliant on her feet”, “always a pleasure to work with on even the most stressful cases” and has “[g]reat confidence and courtroom presence as well as expertise”. She was nominated as EU and Competition Junior of the Year in the Legal 500 UK Bar Awards 2019 and in 2020.
Sarah is instructed in the most high-profile competition/EU law and commercial cases, frequently acting unled against silks, including in large-scale multi-jurisdictional litigation.
Sarah’s current work includes: acting unled in the Rail Fares CPO litigation; appearing unled in the EU General Court in Case T-9/19 Client Earth v EIB; acting on the FRAND aspects of Sisvel v Archos, multi-jurisdictional patent licensing litigation (Lawyer Top 20 case for 2020); representing Telefonica in the litigation regarding the collapse of Phones4U; acting in competition damages litigation including in Trucks, Power Cables and FX (Lawyer Top 20 case for 2020); a high-profile data breach claim against the Marriott hotel group.
Sarah speaks fluent French and some German; she is frequently instructed in cases involving documentary evidence in either or both languages. She is called to the Irish Bar and is a member of the Irish Law Library.