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Rachel represents corporations, individuals, and government entities in internal and external investigations, white collar criminal defense matters, and complex commercial litigation. Rachel has experience drafting motions and briefs, participating in depositions and witness interviews, drafting investigation reports, conducting discovery, and participating in arbitration proceedings.
Rachel is also committed to pro bono work. She is particularly passionate about representing domestic violence victims and protecting voting rights. This year, she helped lead the firm’s election protection efforts related to the New Jersey presidential primary and the general election. Additionally, Rachel serves on the Executive Board of the firm’s Women’s Initiative Network (WIN), which provides a wide range of programming and facilitates mentorship of and by the firm’s female attorneys. Through WIN, Rachel has had the opportunity to participate in various speaking engagements, including CLEs.
During law school, Rachel worked as a teaching assistant in Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research and was the senior commentaries editor of the Rutgers University Law Review. Rachel served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Stuart Rabner, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, and worked as an intern in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey.
Prior to the law, Rachel worked for the Related Companies and, previously, for the late U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg, where she assisted in managing outreach to hundreds of regional constituents and handled an extensive caseload involving the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense.