Sabrina Rose-Smith is a problem solver and class action killer. She represents banks and financial services companies in class actions brought by consumers and in government enforcement actions. Among her life goals are to (1) create an old girls' club; (2) never end up on YouTube; and (3) never be boring at cocktail parties. She spends her free time enjoying good books, good wine, and good friends. (Despite many years in legal practice, she has not given up on the Oxford comma). She is a Tigger, not an Eeyore, and she lives by two principles her grandma taught her young - "you have not if you ask not" and "if a girl don't work, she don't eat". She has a lot of heroes, none of them famous. She really hopes everyone else wrote about themselves in the third person, but if not, that's fine, since she is also no stranger to being different.
Goodwin Procter LLP
901 New York Avenue, N.W.
Areas of Practice
Banking & Financial Services
Class Action/Complex Litigation
Inclusion Advisory Committee; Committee on Racial & Ethnic Diversity; Associate Development Committee (CFS Litigation); Recruiting Committee
Vanderbilt Law School
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