If you require some additional legal support please contact Sabrina Sullivan:
Sabrina has wide-ranging experience in human rights law, with particular experience in disability rights.
Sabrina completed her LLB at the University of Essex. Sabrina trained as a barrister in the UK at the Inns of Court School of Law. She completed an LLM in Human Rights in Queens University, Belfast, being awarded the Stephen Livingstone Scholarship.
Sabrina has over 16 years’ experience working in legal charities, including the Disability Law Service, Law Centre NI and the Citizen Advice Bureau. She has a particular interest in disability rights and has successfully litigated in over a 1,000 disability rights cases.
Sabrina is very concerned about the treatment of people with disabilities in Ireland this year. She is assisting a number of children who have been excluded from school, workers who have been dismissed from work and consumers who have been refused entry into shops.
Sabrina also has experience taking cases against healthcare authorities that have breached their human rights obligations, for example , breaching the right not to be treated in an inhumane and degrading manner or the right to respect for private and family life. If you feel that your human rights have been breached and would like further advise, please contract her directly.
If you would like assistance to challenge disability discrimination in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland, please e-mail her on email@example.com.
Please note that she will help you pro – bono. She will get back to you without 2 days. If you would like for her to phone you , please e-mail your telephone number.