Sabrina is entering her final year of law school at the University of Ottawa. In her second year, Sabrina was elected to her faculty’s student government as Vice-President of Social Affairs. She chaired the Social Committee in planning various faculty events including first-year Orientation and Graduation Ball. Sabrina also served as the teaching assistant for two mandatory first-year courses: “Public and Constitutional Law” and “Legal Foundations”. Selected as a Dean’s Legal Research and Writing Fellow, Sabrina recently completed research on a federal human rights issue for a government lawyer.
During law school, Sabrina volunteered as a student mentor for the Women’s Legal Mentorship Program – A program designed to build a support network for female law students beyond the classroom. Sabrina also volunteered as a workshop facilitator for LEAF, leading workshops for high school students on the law of sexual assault and consent. This past summer, Sabrina served as a clinician for UBC’s Law Students’ Legal Advice Program, where she represented low-income clients in areas including employment, contractual dispute, wills and estates, human rights, and criminal defense. Recently, Sabrina was hired as a Dean’s Technology Fellow where she’ll be working with law professors to transition their courses to distance learning for the Fall 2020 semester.
Born in Vancouver, Sabrina loves to enjoy what BC has to offer by spending much of her time outdoors. Sabrina also enjoys yoga, meditation, cooking, and playing the piano.