Sarah Haque joined Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. in 2016 with an emphasis in class action litigation.
Ms. Haque received a Bachelor’s of Commerce from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, with a minor in Economics. Following her undergraduate experience, she attended State University of New York Buffalo Law School, and graduated in 2014. While in law school, Ms. Haque was an editor for the Buffalo Human Rights Law Review. She was also President of the Labor and Employment Relations Society and Treasurer of the Latin American Law Students Association.
Ms. Haque was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2016. She has a diverse skillset. She worked for the United Nations International Labor Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, and served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable John Curran, Justice of the New York State Supreme Court, Eighth Judicial District. Additionally, Ms. Haque worked at the Erie County Department of Labor Relations, and the Empire Justice Center. She is a certified mediator and is a volunteer with the Mediation Matters dispute resolution program.
Beyond her legal interests, Ms. Haque enjoys studying foreign languages – in addition to English, she speaks French, Spanish, Urdu and Hindi.