Sabrina Merold L’20
Sabrina Merold is a passionate advocate for reproductive justice and economic justice. At Penn Law, Sabrina is an Executive Editor for the Journal of Law & Social Change; President of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice; Co-Director of the Civil Rights Law Project; and a pro bono advocate with the Pardon Project and the Employment Advocacy Project. In her 2L and 3L years, she participated in the Legislative Clinic and the Interdisciplinary Child Advocacy Clinic. Sabrina spent her 1L summer at Philadelphia Legal Assistance in their Unemployment Compensation Unit and her 2L summer at the Center for Reproductive Rights in their Federal Policy Team in Washington, D.C. During law school, she has also interned with Women’s Law Project, the National Institute for Reproductive Health, and the Lawyering Project. Currently, Sabrina is a law clerk for Senator Hirono’s office on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Originally from New Jersey, Sabrina graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in Sociology & Anthropology and Psychology from Swarthmore College. While at Swarthmore College, she worked as a hotline counselor at Women’s Medical Fund and spent her summers interning at the Center for Reproductive Rights in New York.