Sabrina A. Peterman earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Political Science from Penn State University in 2014. Upon graduation, she was inducted into the Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society. At Penn State, she served as a peer tutor to her classmates and as a volunteer for the school’s student-run philanthropy arm, THON, to spread awareness and procure funding for pediatric cancer research. She also completed an internship with the Blair County District Attorney’s Office and Victim/Witness Program.
Ms. Peterman went on to complete her Juris Doctor degree at Villanova University School of Law in 2017. During law school, she participated in the Villanova Civil Justice Clinic, providing legal services for indigent clients. She also regularly volunteered with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project and the Face to Face Legal Clinic. She also was a member of the Women’s Law Caucus. Ms. Peterman was selected to be a member of the Villanova Environmental Law Journal, and, in Spring 2017, she published an article regarding fairness in agency regulation of greenhouse gas emissions for passenger and commercial vehicles. During law school, Ms. Peterman also served as a legal intern for the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts, serving under the Assistant State Court Administrator.
Ms. Peterman joined Silver & Silver in 2016 as a law clerk and transitioned to a position as an Associate Attorney after her graduation from law school and successful completion of the Pennsylvania bar examination. She focuses her practice in Personal Injury litigation and Social Security Disability hearings and appeals.