SABRINA GLAVOTA focuses her practice on complex corporate matters, with an emphasis on mergers, acquisitions, and private equity transactions in addition to strategic partnerships centered around licensing and collaboration. She represents companies in the life sciences and agribusiness and food industries.
During her time in law school, Sabrina served as associate editor of Vol. 27 and articles editor of Vol. 28 of the Michigan Technology Law Review. She was a student attorney with both the Pediatric Advocacy Clinic, providing direct legal aid to low-income families, and the Zell Entrepreneurship Clinic, providing corporate counseling to local startups regarding intellectual property matters and corporate governance. Sabrina also held the position of the mentorship chair of the Women Law Students Association as well as vice president of the Intellectual Property Students Association.
Prior to law school, Sabrina received her undergraduate degree in biochemistry and worked in an academic microbiology research lab investigating E. coli cell division proteins as potential targets in future development of antibiotics.