Sarah Dunn is currently on parental leave.
Called 1998, Lincoln’s Inn
Joined Chambers 2000
Crotaz v Liddington (High Court): trust litigation involving the Hastings-Bass principle, rectification and mistake.
Burton v Melham (House of Lords): the appeal concerned the payment of interest on advance corporation tax and the application of equitable set-off.
Sport in Desford v HM Customs & Excise (VAT Tribunal): appeal against HMCE’s refusal to zero-rate the construction of a clubhouse.
Sarah has contributed to Simons Direct Tax Service, Potter & Monroe’s Tax Planning with Precedents and Smith, Owen & Bodnar on Asset Recovery.
She has published articles various journals including Personal Tax Planning Review, Private Client Business, Trusts and Estates Tax Journal, Taxation and the Offshore and International Taxation Review.
She is a moderator of the Trusts Discussion Forum.
Revenue Bar Association
Chancery Bar Association
London Common Law & Commercial Bar Association
Christ Church, Oxford (MA)
Slaughter & May prize for the best paper in contract
Hardwicke and Thomas More Scholarships of Lincoln’s Inn