Sabrina Morelli’s practice includes representing states and territories in disputes to protect their residents and natural resources from exposure to harmful pollutants. Sabrina is currently involved in assisting states seeking recovery from degradation of drinking water and wildlife as a result of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and other forms of contamination. Sabrina also counsels private-sector clients in navigating compliance with emerging rules and regulations in the environmental and consumer protection space.
Sabrina is active in pro bono practice, focusing on immigration and women’s rights.
Previously, Sabrina was a law clerk in the Conservation Law Foundation’s Clean Air and Water Program. While at Boston College Law School, she represented clients in civil litigation in the Legal Assistance Bureau, and earned a certificate in Regulatory Compliance. Sabrina also studied climate science and policy in Sydney, Australia.
Sabrina taught a full-credit Environmental Law and Policy course at Boston College as an Instructor-at-Law with Faculty Status in 2022.