Sabrina is currently completing her JD/MBA degree at Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business with a specialization in Finance. She earned her Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto in Economics, where she graduated with high distinction and as a Dean’s List Scholar. At Osgoode, Sabrina has served as a Dean’s Fellow, sat on the Standing Committee for Teaching and Learning, and was an Associate Editor on the Osgoode Hall Law Journal. As a first-generation student, Sabrina has also been active on Osgoode’s First-Generation Network, where she acted as the first-year representative and subsequently as the Mentorship Coordinator. In her 1L summer, Sabrina was an intern in the Antitrust and Competition Law practice group at Fasken, where she worked on projects to help in assisting and guiding clients through antitrust/competition merger clearance and foreign investment reviews for Canadian and international M&A transactions. Last summer, she worked at the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada, where she learned about the various ways in which IIROC uses policy, adjudication and enforcement work to help regulate the financial system and mitigate risk. In her third-year of the JD/MBA program, Sabrina served as a caseworker at Osgoode’s Investor Protection Clinic and as Co-Vice President of the JD/MBA Student’s Association (JMSA). Sabrina was recently elected as Co-President of JMSA, where she will oversee all of the association’s activities in her last year. In her spare time, Sabrina enjoys going to the gym, playing with her cat, cooking and reading.
Sabrina will be participating in the Firm’s Secondment Program and will be seconded to the Toronto International Film Festival.