Sabyl joined the housing practice at EBCLC in 2019. Prior to joining EBCLC, she was a Staff Attorney at Community Legal Aid -So Cal. While at CLS, she represented clients in unlawful detainers and administrative hearings, litigated impact cases on behalf of unhoused client and public benefit recipients, and reestablished the public benefits unit. After law school she worked as a Junior Associate at the law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.
While in law school, Sabyl graduated with pro bono honors for completing over 120 hours of pro bono work and participated in the Appellate Advocacy Clinic where she successfully briefed and argued an immigration appeal before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
J.D., University of California, Irvine School of Law (2013)
B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies – International Law and Human Rights, University of California, Berkeley (2007)