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Sep 17, 2019

Good luck to our paralegal intern, Sabrina!

We had the pleasure of having Sabrina Perciballi on board with us for one month as she completed her paralegal licensing placement hours via the post-secondary student internship program we offer. Sabrina’s drive to make the most of this opportunity was evident from the get-go as she showed eagerness to learn, help, ask questions, and get tasks done efficiently. In the short period of time with us, Sabrina left her mark on staff and she will be missed as she sets her sights on the next chapter of her career.

Sabrina completed her undergraduate degree at York University in Law and Society, and recently finished her Paralegal (Accelerated) program at Seneca College in which she obtained her Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) certificate. Her passion for law stems from her willingness to help individuals who can't properly express themselves within the framework of the legal system and to be their voice to help them access justice.

While Sabrina’s main focus is passing her licensing exam in February of 2020, she is also figuring out which area of law she would like to dedicate herself to and is looking forward to practically delving into different areas of law to find out. In the long run, she has her sights set on possibly opening up her own practice.

When Sabrina’s not working on her career goals, her pastime is composed of going to the gym, playing soccer, and taking part in volunteering activities, such as the Community Pumpkin carving, North York Harvest Food Bank, and Raise a Food Lover Campaign.

We wish Sabrina the best of luck with her future endeavours and early congratulations on her graduation in October!


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