Sabrina Copp’s path to becoming a trial lawyer began as a Military Policeman in the Army. She spent 7 years in the military two of which were in combat zones in Iraq. Since joining the firm in 2013 Sabrina has been dedicated to trying personal injury cases. She considers trial to be like combat, it is a war for survival. Sabrina believes that being a trial attorney means fighting for the rights of those who cannot fight for themselves. She believes that by getting to truly know her clients as human beings, she is better able to understand and translate their suffering and experience.
She is a graduate of Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming, a college “dedicated to training and educating lawyers and judges who are committed to the jury system and to representing and obtaining justice for individuals, the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless and the damned, and to protecting the rights of such people from corporate and government oppression”.—Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyer’s College.
When she’s not busy you can find her on a long walk with her family and dogs or in the kitchen, pretending she knows how to cook.
Areas Of Practice
- Personal Injury Litigation
- University of Connecticut School of Law, Hartford, Connecticut - 2013
- University of Connecticut – 2010 (Minor: Psychology)
- State v. Pond, 138 Conn. 228(2012)
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Criminal Appellate Clinic, University of Connecticut School of Law, Member
- US Army Military Police Corp, Member