Sabrina S. Schell completed her Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies at the University of New Haven, where she graduated summa cum laude in 2016. In college, Sabrina spent a summer interning with the Bucks County Adult Probation and Parole Department, she spent a semester as a legislative intern with the Connecticut General Assembly, and she spent a semester abroad in the Netherlands, where she studied international human rights law.
After graduation, Sabrina worked for The Normandy Group, an elite lobbying firm, and Russell Reynolds Associates, a top-tier executive search firm, both in Washington, D.C., before beginning law school.
Sabrina completed her Juris Doctor at the University of Virginia School of Law, in Charlottesville, Virginia. During law school, Sabrina worked as a research assistant to Professor Michael Livermore, a professor of environmental and administrative law; and she worked as a legal intern with the Virginia Office of the Attorney General in the Division of Debt Collection. She was involved with the Child Advocacy Clinic and served as Submissions Editor on the Virginia Environmental Law Journal. At graduation, Sabrina was awarded the Virginia State Bar Family Law Book Award.
Sabrina began working at Northern Virginia Law in October 2019. Her practice focuses primarily on family law.
Outside the office, Sabrina enjoys spending time with her calico cat, Phantom, and visiting Virginia vineyards. She is hoping to earn a certification as a sommelier.