Sabrina E. Lim

Sabrina recently joined Berger Kahn as a Law Clerk. Currently, she is a third-year law student at University of California, Irvine School of Law and is expected to receive her J.D. this upcoming Spring in May of 2020.

During her undergraduate years at the University of California, Diego, Sabrina earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and minored in Economics. Sabrina’s stellar academic performance earned her Provost Honors upon graduation. Beyond the classroom, Sabrina also served as Fundraising Chair then, eventually, President of UCSD’s Circle K International club.

Sabrina is highly active in the UCI community by being a part of numerous on-campus organizations. Currently, Sabrina is a Senior Research Editor with the UC Irvine Law Review and is a mentor in both the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association and the UCI Law Pre-Law Outreach Program. Additionally, Sabrina is a member of UCI’s Women in Tech Law group and works as a clinical student with UCI Law’s Community and Economic Development Clinic.

Sabrina is very dedicated to her pro bono work. She works with the Public Law Center on guardianship projects. Her previous pro bono projects include the Elder Abuse Restraining Order Clinic and Bet Tzedek Legal Services’ Advance Health Care Directive Clinic.


University of Irvine, School of Law (Expected J.D. May 2020)
•UC Irvine Law Review – Senior Research Editor
•Asian Pacific American Law Student Association – Mentor
•UCI Law Pre-Law Outreach Program – Mentor
•Pro Bono: Public Law Center’s Guardianship Project, Elder Abuse Restraining Orders & Bet Tzedek Legal Services’ Advance Health Care Directive Clinic

University of California, San Diego (B.A. Political Science; minor Economics), 2017
•Provost Honors
•Circle K International – President


Recent Media Coverage
Berger Kahn Welcomes Sabrina Lim
Berger Kahn – October 22, 2019