Keeping a close eye on what was happening around her and carefully following the world changes, resulted in a long journey in which she dealt with so many challenges. Because of her enthusiasm for social sciences, Sabra chose to study humanities in high school. There, What she was praised for was her perseverance and outstanding scores. After high school, she had to make up her mind for the rest of the journey of her life. She finally decided to study law because it was one of the branches that allowed her to deal with social challenges and continuously help those around her. Her curiosity led her to explore new experiences during her LL.B. such as participating as a researcher in the Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court in 2018.
When her LL.B. came to an end, she had to decide on her preferred subfield of law to pursue an LL.M. The outbreak of COVID-19, the rapid growth of startups, and her interest in technology matters with legal aspects led her to choose Intellectual Property and Cyberspace Law, along with starting her practical experience in renowned law firms and startups as a legal specialist. Startup challenges such as user privacy and the emergence of new technologies that raised profound legal issues piqued her interest in conducting comprehensive research in related fields. Therefore, she started researching on "Personal Data Protection and Privacy in Blockchain" for her dissertation, which she defended with an excellent score in September 2023. Sabra joined the Phanous Research and Innovation Centre to work as an OPlaw Lab researcher. Currently, Sabra is a member of OPLaw and researches competition regulations for online platforms.