Sabrina Bazelais concentrates her practice in the areas of sports, recreation and entertainment litigation, as well as premises liability.

In addition to her successful track record in litigation, Sabrina possesses extensive experience in the drafting and review of contracts, deeds, residential leases and indemnification agreements. She has effectively represented clients in Landlord-Tenant trials and unemployment insurance appeals, skillfully employing her negotiation prowess to secure favorable settlement agreements and facilitate smooth residential closings.

Prior to joining the firm, Sabrina served as an associate for a prominent civil litigation firm where she honed her legal skills. Her exceptional abilities were further nurtured during her tenure as a law clerk to the esteemed Honorable Terrence R. Cook, P.J. Cr., serving at the prestigious Burlington County Superior Court. She also gained invaluable experience as a law clerk at a respected civil litigation firm in New Jersey.

Sabrina earned her J.D. from Rutgers Law School where she actively participated as a board member in both the Association of Black Law Students and the Entertainment & Sports Law Society. Furthermore, she contributed to the International Law and Human Rights Journal, as well as the Intellectual Property Clinic where she negotiated copyright licenses and filed trademark applications on behalf of her clients. Her commitment to community engagement is evident through her involvement in the Minority Student Program and her participation as a student volunteer for Street Law.

Sabrina holds a B.A. in Political Science from Rutgers University, magna cum laude, where she double majored in Geography and minored in French.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Sabrina enjoys a passion for music, particularly as an accomplished violist and dedicated music enthusiast.

Professional & Civic Involvement

  • Garden State Bar Association
  • Association of Black Women Lawyers
  • New Jersey State Bar Association