Sarbjot Kaur Dhillon

426 W. Lancaster Avenue, Suite 200
Devon, PA 19333

Office: (267) 930-2224


Temple University Beasley School of Law
Juris Doctor

Rutgers University – New Brunswick
Bachelor of Arts, Strategic Public Communications and Public Relations


  • Pennsylvania

Practice Areas

Sarbjot Dhillon is an Associate in Mullen Coughlin’s Incident Response practice group. In consultation with third-party forensic investigators and other incident response stakeholders, Sarbjot examines viable evidence to determine any legal, regulatory, or contractual obligations an organization may have stemming from a data privacy and security incident. She then works diligently to effectuate any required notification to various stakeholders, such as individuals, business partners, media, and law enforcement (when applicable).

Sarbjot also guides organizations in responding to both formal and informal regulatory investigation, in addition to follow-up requests regarding previous organizational data privacy and security incidents.

Prior to joining Mullen Coughlin, Sarbjot was an associate attorney at a Philadelphia-based boutique law firm. She worked closely with various practice groups, including  the commercial litigation, real estate and civil rights groups, and routinely drafted pleadings and provided legal counsel directly to clients within the Pennsylvania court system.

While a J.D. candidate at Temple University Beasley School of Law, Sarbjot was an Inaugural Fellow of Temple University’s Institute for Law, Innovation and Technology. She studied Philadelphia law enforcement’s use of surveillance technologies to identify how private constituent information is collected and used. As a Senior Fellow during, she was one of a select group of individuals to attend the 5th Session of the United Nations’ Cybercrime Ad Hoc Committee on Cybercrime held in Vienna, Austria. Additionally, she outlined and analyzed international stances on cybercrime for the Open Society Foundation.

Sarbjot also served as the President of the South Asian Law Student Association during her time at Temple. She is fluent in both Punjabi and English.