Sabrina is a BCL candidate at the Faculty of Law, and co-convener of the Feminist Jurisprudence Discussion Group. She graduated from UCL in 2018 with a First-Class degree in Law with Australian Law, winning 1 Garden Court Family Chambers Prize, Kinglsey Napley Prize for the Law of Evidence, and Dean's List prizes. She is also the founding member of UCL Faculty of Law's Feminist Jurisprudence Discussion Group, and taught on undergraduate course Laws' Connections at UCL, which aims to introduce law as a response to social phenomena. She previously held a research position at Monash University, Australia, where she worked on Setting the Record Straight: for the Rights of the Child, an interdisciplinary project that aimed to improve out of home care leavers' access to state-held records held about them. She recently worked as a Research Assistant to Professor Alison Diduck investigating Lady Hale's contribution to the jurisprudence on ancillary relief upon divorce. Prior to starting the BCL, she worked as a Project Worker for homelessness charity St Mungo's.
Her research interests are in feminist jurisprudence, in particular relational theories including "multiple consciousness", equality law, socioeconomic rights, and homelessness.