Sabrina M. Rubis concentrates her practice on a wide range of general litigation matters.
Sabrina was previously a summer associate at Blank Rome. Prior to joining the firm, Sabrina served as a law clerk for the Maryland Department of Labor at the Office of the Attorney General, a law clerk for the Office of Civil Rights at the Department of Health & Human Services, and a legal intern for the Honorable Alexander Wright at the Court of Special Appeals.
During law school, Sabrina served as a notes and comments editor for the Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender, & Class, in which her article was also published. Additionally, she was a Rose Zetzer Fellow in the Women, Leadership, and Equality Program, and she served as the vice president of the Latinx Law Students Association and co-president of Students Supporting the Women’s Law Center.
Practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm admitted in DC. Admitted to practice in Maryland only.
Outside the Firm
Sabrina enjoys traveling with family and friends, learning to cook new Ukrainian and Colombian dishes from her family’s recipes, swimming, and playing tennis.