Sabrina O’Brien

Sabrina O’Brien is an associate in the Providence office, handling matters in education law, commercial finance, creditor’s rights, labor and employment, and unemployment benefit disputes. She is passionate about helping clients overcome challenges and providing practical legal advice.

Sabrina worked as a law clerk for the firm from January to May 2023.

Prior to law school, Sabrina was a legal assistant at a Connecticut litigation law firm where she first garnered interest in the practice of law. While attending college, she also participated in the University of Connecticut Model United Nations at the annual conference where she took on the roles of Director of UNESCO in 2016 and 2017, and Topic Specialist for the International Law Commission in 2018.

In her spare time, Sabrina enjoys hiking, reading, baking, and travelling. She is fluent in Romanian and French.

 

ADMISSIONS:

Rhode Island (2024)

Massachusetts (2023)

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (2024)

 

EDUCATION:

University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law (2023)

University of Connecticut (2019)