MEET FLORIDA ATTORNEY SABRINA S. SAIEH
Sabrina received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Miami in May 2011, graduating with a double major in Psychology and English and a minor in Sociology. She earned her Juris Doctor from the Florida International University College of Law in May 2016. Sabrina placed on the Dean’s List each semester of law school and received the book award for academic achievement in Securities Regulation. While in law school, Sabrina served as an Articles Editor of the Law Review and held Executive Board positions in the H.T. Smith Black Law Students Association and the Employment and Labor Law Society. Sabrina also served as a research assistant for Dean Joëlle Anne Moreno where she researched scientific evidence and constitutional criminal justice issues and edited articles submitted for publication.
During her time in law school, Sabrina volunteered for the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program where she prepared income tax returns for low-income individuals, persons with disabilities, and limited English-speaking taxpayers. She also volunteered for the Florida NAACP where she researched and drafted resolutions on minimum wage and workforce development.
While in law school, Sabrina was selected as a Florida International University Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellow. The Fellowship supports the development of a qualified pool of international experts with global competence designed to meet U.S. national needs. While holding the fellowship, Sabrina took Latin American and Caribbean area studies courses and advanced Portuguese language courses.
Sabrina practices in the areas of products liability, personal injury, class action, and multi-district litigation. Most recently, Sabrina has been involved with assisting Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury Track Lead Counsel in the Takata Airbag Products Liability Multidistrict Litigation, a class action lawsuit involving the largest and most complex automotive recall in United States history.
Sabrina is licensed to practice law in Florida.