Rachel graduated cum laude from the University of Richmond School of Law and Tulane University. After spending a year as a language arts teacher in New Orleans, Rachel chose to pursue her passion of advocating for the rights of children and families by attending law school.
During law school Rachel participated in the education and disability rights clinic, where she advocated for students with disabilities in public schools, and spent a semester as a full-time intern in the Program Legal Group of the US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. She also contributed as an author and research assistant to published works on the topics of school finance, federalism, and constitutional rights. She was the Manuscript Editor for the Richmond Public Interest Law Review and the Social Justice Chair of the Jewish Law Students Association.
Rachel is a native of Newton, Massachusetts. In her free time, she enjoys running through different DC neighborhoods, and discovering new music.
District of Columbia
J.D., University of Richmond School of Law, cum laude
B.A., Tulane University, cum laude