After completing her studies at the University of Sydney in 1995, Sandrah Mary Foda, was Tipstaff to the Honourable Mr Justice Powell AM QC of the Court of Appeal of New South Wales.
In 1997 Sandrah was admitted as a solicitor and joined the firm of Hunt & Hunt Lawyers, Sydney. During her time at Hunt and Hunt Lawyers she was a commercial solicitor with a wide ranging practice acting for both domestic and international clients.
Sandrah was called to the Bar in 2000. She has a broad commercial practice which includes matters involving building and construction, insolvency, real property, partnership disputes, contractual disputes, Corporations Act, Domestic and International Arbitration, conveyancing disputes, taxation, wills and probate.
Sandrah has had the pleasure of being briefed by the Commissioner of Taxation for the last fifteen years. In that time she has undertaken complex taxation review and debt recovery cases which have often resulted in the opportunity for her to exercise her expertise in the law of bankruptcy, insolvency and the Corporations Act 2001 generally. In addition to practising in these areas, Sandrah is a lecturer for the Insolvency Practitioners Association and is a panel member of the National Bankruptcy Workshop.
Sandrah is a Director of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Australia) and the Australasian Representative on the Dispute Resolution Appointment Board for the Royal Institute of Certified Surveyors.
In addition to her law degree, Sandrah holds a Bachelor of Science majoring in Pure and Applied Mathematics. She enjoys running Marathons, travelling and spending time with her family.