Prior to joining City University in 1996, Sarah Gale worked as a solicitor in both London and Brussels having qualified as a solicitor in 1990 . She also worked at the European Commission in the Directorate General for Competition. Her research is in the fields of Human Rights, Tort and Media law. She is a contributor to the Tort Law Review and has presented several papers on Media Law and Tort Law at the Society for Legal Scholars' Annual Conference.
Sarah teaches EU Law, Tort Law and Media Law at City and has also taught EU Law at the Institute for Law in Jersey. She is a Senior Marker for EU Law at the University of London International Academy and an Associate Examiner for Tort Law and EU Law.
Sarah is a member of the British Italian Law Association, the UK Association for European Law and the Society for Legal Scholars. She is also a fellow of the Higher Education Academy
PGCE (Higher Education) and LLB.
- External Examiner, David Game College, Jul 2020 – present
French (can peer review), German (can understand spoken) and Italian (can understand spoken).
- Gale, S.E. (2018). Defamation and the misuse of private information: a comparative analysis. Tort Law Review, 26, pp. 38–54.
- Gale, S.E. (2015). Qualified privilege in defamation and the evolution of the doctrine of reportage. The Tort Law Review, 23(1), pp. 16–31.