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Sarah Cohen

Sarah Cohen

Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts

Chief legal advisor

As chief legal advisor, Sarah Cohen is responsible for Four Seasons legal affairs worldwide. A member of the Executive Leadership Team, Sarah provides counsel and guidance to both management, and the Board of Directors with respect to all Four Seasons legal matters including contract negotiation, transactions, business development, corporate governance, compliance and privacy, and dispute resolution.

As Four Seasons continues to extend its presence to new destinations and markets worldwide, Sarah leads a global team of lawyers and external counsel in supporting the company’s business objectives and mitigating legal and reputational risk in an increasingly complex legal and regulatory environment.

Leveraging more than 20 years of legal and industry experience, Sarah equips decision-makers across the organisation with the information to make well-informed decisions, helping to ensure Four Seasons operates in a legal, ethical and socially responsible manner.

Sarah joined Four Seasons as Director, Corporate Counsel, 1998; was promoted to Vice President Corporate Counsel and Assistant Secretary, 2001; promoted to Senior Vice President in 2006, General Counsel and Secretary in 2009, before her most recent appointment in August 2011.

Sarah attended Queen’s University where she received a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Political Science. In 1992 she graduated from Queen’s University Law School and was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1994.

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