Sabrina is a recent graduate from Osgoode Hall Law School. Sabrina’s passion for criminal law developed while working as a caseworker at Parkdale Community Legal Services, advocating for prisoner’s rights and representing low-income persons at the Social Benefits Tribunal. During her time at Osgoode Sabrina was the President of the Black Law Students Association, writer for thecourt.ca and executive member on Osgoode’s Women’s Network. Through these roles, Sabrina led and developed many initiatives. Her passion and efforts earned her the Dean’s Gold Key and Wendy Babcock Social Justice Award upon graduating from Osgoode Hall, as well as recognition from the Toronto District School Board and National Black Law Students’ association for her leadership.