Sabrina M. Dolson was raised in Las Vegas. Sabrina earned her B.A. in Criminal Justice from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2009, and her Juris Doctorate from the William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2013.
During law school, Sabrina was a member and Articles Editor for the Nevada Law Journal, and a research assistant for Jennifer Anderson and Professor Hal Abramson. Sabrina served as a legal extern for the Office of General Counsel at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a legal intern for NV Energy. Sabrina also participated in the Partners in Pro Bono program, and was a volunteer for “Ya Es Hora!” and the Angel Tree Program.
Sabrina was admitted to practice law in the State of Nevada in 2013, and has practiced primarily in family law since then. Sabrina volunteered as a judge for the Truancy Diversion Program at Centennial High School from 2014-2016, and has volunteered for Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada’s Ask-A-Lawyer program and as a pro bono attorney.
- Two Studies Test the Effects of Religious Hallucinations on Perceptions of Insanity, in Religion and Psychology (Michael T. Evans & Emma D. Walker eds., 2009), Monica K. Miller & Sabrina M. Dolson
Honors and Awards
- Nevada Business Magazine’s “Best Up and Coming Attorneys” – 2016
- Nevada Business Magazine’s “Best Up and Coming Attorneys” – 2015