I’m Sara Tatelman, and I’m in the business of exchanging words for money.
Currently a law student at the University of Toronto, I’m available for freelance writing projects on labour issues, reproductive justice, pensions, insurance, employee benefits and human resources.
I previously worked as an associate editor at Benefits Canada, Canadian Insurance Top Broker and Corporate Risk Canada magazines. I’ve also interned at the Anglican Journal, Canadian Family and BunchFamily.ca, and have held research positions at the Jewish Genealogical Society of Toronto and McGill University’s Classics department.
I’m a dedicated grammarian and an ace cyber-sleuth: I once dressed up as the Oxford comma for Hallowe’en, and managed to track down my cousin’s airplane seat mate knowing only his first name, the last syllable of his surname, and his home country.