Sabrina Lau

2020 Summer Student, 2021 / 2022 Articling Student | Vaughan

905.532.6629

Portrait of Sabrina Lau

Overview

Sabrina recently graduated from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. She returns to Miller Thomson having summered at the firm and is eager to explore a variety of practice areas. Sabrina took diverse upper year courses, including securities law, blockchain technology and commercial law, and international humanitarian law. She also contributed to many campus wide initiatives, including the school’s application for fair trade certification and the incorporation of reusable straws and containers to increase campus sustainability. Moreover, she was a peer mentor and represented the school as a student ambassador at recruitment events.

Prior to law school, Sabrina completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Toronto, Trinity College, where she was actively involved in the school community and volunteered at non-profit organizations.

In her spare time, Sabrina enjoys exploring new hiking trails in the city, golfing, and trying new recipes.

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