Sarah Dunkley Joins Golan Christie Taglia as Partner

October 4, 2023

Golan Christie Taglia is delighted to announce that Sarah Dunkley has joined the firm as a partner. Sarah’s skill in handling matters of commercial litigation and her experience practicing in both the United States and Australia make her a valuable addition to the firm.

Prior to joining GCT, Sarah was a litigation partner at Hahn Loeser & Parks and a senior associate at the Patterson Law Firm, both based in Chicago. Before relocating to the Midwest, she practiced in Western Australia, spending three years as an associate with Squire Patton Boggs and two years as a litigation associate with Ashurst LLP. Sarah began her legal career as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Justice Michael Murray at the Supreme Court of Western Australia.

Sarah earned her L.L.M. in International and Comparative Law from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law at Indiana University in 2014. Following law school, she served as a judicial extern at the Marion County Court in Indiana and as a law clerk at Cohen & Malad, LLP, giving her experience in commercial litigation and class-action disputes.

An active member of a number of law associations and practice groups in both the United States and Australia, Sarah has connections throughout the international law community. She has extensive experience helping clients with regulatory disputes, complex commercial and contract disputes, international arbitration, malpractice and other areas.

Golan Christie Taglia, with 30 years of dedicated service, has consistently delivered successful outcomes while prioritizing top-tier quality and personalized attention for clients. With a diverse clientele that includes entrepreneurial ventures, high-net-worth individuals, middle-market businesses and nonprofit organizations, GCT stands as dependable.

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