Sabrina is a lawyer in Miller Thomson’s Labour & Employment Group and Commercial Litigation Group. She works collaboratively with members of these groups to meet clients’ dispute resolution needs. Sabrina has assisted in matters relating to the termination of employment, human rights issues, and claims arising in the employment standards context. She also has experience assisting clients with corporate disputes among directors and senior management, including through the enforcement of non-solicitation and non-competition obligations. She has experience appearing before the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Provincial Court of British Columbia, and the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal.

Sabrina commenced her legal career as a summer student at Miller Thomson and gained valuable experience during her articling term across various practice groups. She enjoys working with lawyers within the firm’s diverse practice areas to assist in providing advice related to Labour & Employment and advocacy matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Sabrina completed her legal studies at Queen’s University. During her time at law school she became involved in the Queen’s Law community through Pro Bono Students Canada, Queen’s Legal Aid, and through the Faculty’s peer tutoring initiative. She was fortunate to additionally spend a semester at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, where she pursued various courses in international law.