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Sabrina Chang, Articling Student

Sabrina Chang

Articling Student Fasken
Language(s) English, Chinese (Mandarin)
Office(s) Vancouver


Sabrina graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2021 where she was elected as Valedictorian of the graduating class. Sabrina was a Dean’s Legal Research and Writing Fellow. She also served as the teaching assistant for Legal Foundations and Public and Constitutional Law.

During her studies, Sabrina was deeply committed to the university community. As Vice-President of Social Affairs, she chaired the planning committees for all faculty social events including the first-year orientation and graduation ball. This past year, Sabrina starred in a leading role for her faculty’s first virtual musical.

During her spare time, you will find Sabrina attending group fitness classes, practicing yoga, and trying out new restaurants. 



  • Graduating Class Speaker, University of Ottawa 2021
  • Common Law Professional Training Scholarship, University of Ottawa 2018 to 2019
  • Student Scholarship in Arts , University of British Columbia 2018
2021 University of Ottawa Graduating Class Speaker
2018 to 2019 University of Ottawa Common Law Professional Training Scholarship
University of British Columbia Student Scholarship in Arts

Client Work

Date Client

Career & Education


  • JD University of Ottawa
  • BA, Philosophy University of British Columbia

Memberships & Affiliations

  • 2021 to present Member Vancouver Bar Association
  • 2019 to present Member Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers
  • 2019 to present Member Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
  • 2018 to present Member Canadian Bar Association
  • 2018 to present Member University of British Columbia Alumni Association



Article, Co-Author Book Review: Class Actions in Privacy Law The Canadian Class Action Review, Volume 17, No 1, 2021-2022