About Me

Sean is a litigation associate at Sabbeth law working to represent the injured in Vermont and New Hampshire. Sean’s practice includes approximately 50% Vermont Workers’ Compensation cases, and 50% plaintiff personal injury cases in Vermont and New Hampshire (including auto wrecks, trucking cases, motorcycle cases, pedestrian accidents, premises liability cases, and other negligence actions). Sean’s previous legal work includes an associate position at a large private firm in Burlington, VT, working for the Appellate Advocacy Project at Vermont Law School, and an externship at the Supreme Court of Vermont in Chief Justice Paul Reiber’s chambers.

Sean grew up in rural Vermont and went to college in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Although Sean loves travel and has traveled across Europe, he calls New England and Vermont his home.

During his time at Vermont Law School Sean was a mentor for the Academic Success Program, a teacher’s assistant, and a staff editor and the Vermont editor for the Vermont Law Review. Sean was honored to participate in the Appellate Advocacy Project for a summer with the Vermont Law School legal writing department representing pro se plaintiffs to the Supreme Court of Vermont pro bono. Sean was also part of establishing the Parental Support Group for law students who were caregivers as a chance to congregate and discuss the balance of being a law student and a caregiver.

Prior to law school Sean worked in customer service in the Vermont craft beer industry for five years as a manager and bartender. Sean enjoys talking to people and enjoys problems solving and is happy to bring those skills and values to work for our clients at Sabbeth Law.

Outside of work Sean is a parent of several young children. Sean enjoys being outside, hiking, playing guitar, and going on adventures with the family.