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Sabina Sawyers

“I get to spend every day helping people when they are injured, unemployed or disabled. There is no greater satisfaction than helping someone find a positive outcome for their future and family during this dark time.
Sabina immigrated to Bowling Green, KY from Bosnia in 1994. She developed a desire to help people at a very young age after she was inspired by her experience translating for the Bosnian community.

Sabina is a first-generation immigrant and is bilingual in Bosnian and English. Her passion for helping others began when she volunteered at the International Center while in high school.

Following high school, Sabina attended Western Kentucky University where she pursued her undergraduate degree. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts as a double major in Political Science & Psychology with a minor in Criminology. Sabina graduated with honors, cum laude.

Sabina obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Kentucky College of Law. During her college career, Sabina stayed involved in extracurricular activities and served as the president of Phi Alpha Delta and an executive board member of the Student Public Interest Law Foundation. While in college, she served an internship for Judge Brent Bennenstuhl with the United State District Court for the Western District of Kentucky. Sabina also participated in the Global Legal Practice Program in Madrid, Spain.

Sabina was admitted to practice law by the State Bar of Kentucky. She is currently a member of the Kentucky Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

Following law school, Sabina returned to Bowling Green, Kentucky where she currently resides with her husband Cody. During her free time, Sabina enjoys traveling to new places and spending summer days on the lake with family and friends.

  • Western Kentucky University, Bachelor of the Arts
  • University of Kentucky, Juris Doctor
  • State Bar of Kentucky
  • State Bar of Tennessee

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