Shabrei M. Parker is a Partner at Mincey Fitzpatrick Ross. Ms. Parker’s practice areas include trusts and estates, family law, civil litigation and small-business development. Ms. Parker has always been a multi-dimensional advocate, and her well-rounded practice has been shaped via her training in several different settings.

Prior to joining Mincey & Fitzpatrick, LLC, Ms. Parker started her practice providing legal assistance to both individual and organizational clients across disciplines. Additionally, Ms. Parker worked as a judicial law clerk, where she honed her skills as a scrivener and consultant, gaining an invaluable insight into the way that cases are viewed from a judge’s perspective.

A Philadelphia native, Ms. Parker received her Juris Doctor from Drexel University School of Law, where she was a Dean’s Scholar, Diversity Fellow and recognized for Outstanding Student Performance. Ms. Parker went on to receive a Master of Laws, LL.M. in Trial Advocacy from Temple University, Beasley School of Law, a nationally-recognized program where attorneys perfect cutting-edge trial skills.

Ms. Parker is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania State and Federal Courts.


Mincey Fitzpatrick Ross, LLC
January 2014 – Present


At Mincey Fitzpatrick Ross, she manages a dynamic civil practice comprised of both litigation and transactional matters.


Drexel University, Thomas Kline School of Law
J.D., Law
2007 – 2010

Temple University – James E. Beasley School of Law
Masters of Laws (LL.M.), Trial Advocacy
2012 – 2013


Millersville University
B.A., English
2003 – 2007


Professional Associations


Pennsylvania State Bar



Philadelphia Bar Association



Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia



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