Rachel is devoted to her clients. She takes time to listen to her clients’ questions, research complex legal issues and obtains favorable resolutions both in and outside the courtroom. Rachel’s clients appreciate her attentiveness, advice, and her thoroughness. Rachel understands that often the best resolution to a case is by settlement, however, the strongest legal strategy is complete preparation for trial.
While at law school, Rachel served on the board of the Texas Journal for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, where her article, Exploring Viable Options for Class Actions for Underrepresented African-American Professors in American Universities Post Walmart v. Dukes, was published in Spring 2015. She also participated in the Children’s Rights Clinic where she represented children in Travis County as a student attorney ad litem. During her years in law school, Rachel interned with, among others, Justice Boyd at the Texas Supreme Court, the Texas Attorney General’s Office, General Litigation Division, and the civil litigation section at Coats Rose P.C.
Rachel earned her B.S. in Journalism from the University of Kansas, Lawrence in 2010 and her J.D. from University of Texas School of Law in 2015.
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UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
American Bar Association
Austin Bar Association
Travis County Bar Association
State Bar of Texas
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