Sabrina Strong, Co-Chair of O’Melveney’s Consumer Class Actions Practice, handles complex business litigation focusing on class actions and mass tort actions involving medical devices and pharmaceutical products, consumer goods, and a variety of financial services products. Sabrina has tried multiple high-profile cases to verdict, some of which have been recognized as “Top Defense Verdicts” by the Daily Journal. Sabrina also has handled numerous state and federal appeals throughout her career. Capitalizing on her unique combination of high-profile trial experience and sophisticated appellate work, Sabrina is regularly called upon to actively litigate cases as appellate counsel throughout trial for high-exposure matters across a wide variety of industries. Sabrina also litigates and advises companies on privacy and healthcare-related matters.

In 2008, Sabrina helped found the Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy Clinic at the UCLA School of Law, and served as an Adjunct Professor at the clinic until 2012. Sabrina regularly lectures on class action and complex litigation topics, and serves on the Planning Committee for the ABA’s Annual Class Action Institute.