American University Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C. – J.D.
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL – B.A.
District of Columbia
Prior to joining Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C., Rachel worked at a federal agency, adjudicating employment discrimination claims. She has broad experience in litigation and general civil rights matters, having had internships where she represented clients in a variety of employment matters.
As a student at American University, Washington College of Law, Rachel’s studies focused on employment law and client-focused advocacy.
As a student at American University, Washington College of Law, Rachel’s studies focused on employment law and client-focused advocacy. She worked as a student attorney in the Civil Advocacy Clinic, successfully representing clients in employment disputes. She served as the Senior Technology Editor for the Administrative Law Review, and was a member of the Mock Trial Team, which won the Region III National Trial Competition. Rachel also received the American College of Trial Lawyers Medal for Excellence in Advocacy.
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