Sabrina Williams joined the ACLU in 2008 as Legal Staff Assistant to provide general office support to the ACLU’s expanding Legal Division. She provides clerical and administrative support for attorneys handling active civil liberties cases while assisting with the process of reviewing and screening requests for help on potential litigation. Sabrina has over 20 years of general office and legal assistant experience to her credit. For fourteen of those years she enjoyed employment within various areas of law; 13 years for a criminal lawyer and 1 year in the civil and appellate field. Led by personal convictions on individual freedoms and a desire to be of service against injustice, Sabrina sought employment with the ACLU and views it as a opportunity to combine all her legal experience and be of service in an organization working towards the greater good for many. She is a movie buff, enjoys all areas of the Arts and is an active member of her church in her spare time.
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