Sabrina’s practice focuses on environmental, Aboriginal and regulatory law, and includes project development matters, real property matters, regulatory compliance, Aboriginal consultation and accommodation, and commercial transactions and agreements.
Sabrina has worked with clients in all natural resource sectors and on all phases of project development from preliminary concept development to environmental assessment and permitting to operations. She also assists clients with Aboriginal engagement, consultation and negotiation, and advises clients on the legislative and practical impacts of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Sabrina has appeared before the British Columbia Provincial Court and Supreme Court. Prior to practicing, she also clerked for six justices of the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Before studying law, Sabrina worked for an international bank in Vancouver where she held increasingly senior roles in commercial banking and corporate sustainability. She also holds a graduate degree in environmental studies and urban planning.