Sabine Ndiaye is a law clerk in Fasken‘s Ottawa office practicing in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution and Labour Employment and Human Rights groups. Leveraging her strong legal background, international experience and fluency in French and English, she actively participates in supporting these groups in various legal proceedings.
Sabine holds an LL.M. from the University of Ottawa, a law degree from Senegal and a diploma in law from France. She supports the firm’s practice in litigation, procurement, white collar crime, labour, employment and human rights and Supreme Court Agency matters.
As part of the litigation team, she takes a lead role in small claims court and simplified procedure matters, while providing advanced support to the broader group of lawyers in large and complex cases.
In addition, Sabine plays a critical role in supporting the firm’s Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) appeal and agency matters. She liaises directly with clients to report on developments in their appeals. She also oversees materials for filing with the SCC, which includes drafting and revising appeal materials in accordance with the rules and guidelines of the Supreme Court of Canada.
She provides services in both English and French and prior to joining the firm, Sabine gained substantial experience both in Ontario and Quebec. Sabine also supports the firm’s European and Africa practices.