Sabrina Richardson Thompson is a Prince George’s County transplant who arrived here in 2004 to attend Howard University School of Law. She is a former assistant public defender turned solo practitioner. Thompson has always known that she is purposed to serve the under-served, sale particularly members of the immigrant community. It is that calling that led her to pursue a career as an attorney. Her Largo law firm is an immigrant-focused practice. From legitimating immigrants’ status to preserving their rights at trial, Thompson finds creative and effective means of helping her clients obtain and maintain standing as lawful, contributing members of society.
In addition to her practice, Thompson serves the community through memberships in various organizations including the Prince George’s County Bar Association and the J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association. She continues to volunteer in community service projects throughout the county such as the Expungement Project, the Jack and Jill Mock Trial Program, the Ask-a-Lawyer Program, and more.
Thompson has been named among the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association and has been distinguished as a 2016 Maryland Rising Star by the SuperLawyers organization. She is a past fellow of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Leadership Academy and holds positions on the Boards of Directors of a number of nonprofit organizations including the Purposefully Empowering and Reaching Little Sisters, Inc. (P.E.A.R.L.S), and Zion Church, both located in the county.