Sarah Falzon is an associate at Taylor Oballa Murray Leyland LLP. Sarah joined the firm in 2016, prior to which she was an associate at a Toronto-based music law firm and at a full service Toronto law firm where she was a strong advocate for clients, regularly representing them at different levels of court. She currently practices in the areas of music and entertainment law, primarily working with and representing artists and music services companies navigating through varying stages of their careers and business.
Sarah is a graduate of McMaster University (Hons. B.Sc. in Mathematics & Statistics) and Osgoode Hall Law School (J.D.). During her time at Osgoode, she was co-president of the Osgoode Entertainment and Sports Law Association, a member of the Mock Trial Band, and a case-worker with the Innocence Project and Innocence Canada (formerly AIDWYC).
Sarah is a contributing author to Canadian Musician magazine, a member of the Ryerson Music Den advisory committee, and has been a guest speaker for various organizations, including Canadian Music Week, Canada’s Music Incubator, Honey Jam, Law in Action Within Schools, and Ryerson University. Sarah is a musician herself, and has been playing the violin for over 20 years.