- Professional Overview
Rachel began her career in 2010 and mainly focused on creditor’s rights and commercial litigation, representing financial institutions, hospitals, insurance companies and corporations. Since 2013, in addition to commercial litigation and post-judgment enforcement, her practice area has largely been focused on representing Condominium and Community Associations in Chicago and its surrounding counties. In her Association Law practice, Rachel has handled all aspects of representing these Not-For-Profit Corporations, from litigating cases on their behalf to overseeing Board Meetings, including elections, and doing corporate filings. Since the beginning of her career, Rachel has been the lead attorney in over 250 trials and arbitrations.
- Practice Areas
- Education and Admissions
Rachel earned her juris doctorate degree from Western Michigan University’s Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2010, where she concentrated in Litigation and was a member of both the National Mock Trial Team, as well as the Intercollegiate Moot Court Team. In 2014, Rachel graduated first in her class from John Marshall Law School with her Master of Laws degree in Trial Advocacy and Alternate Dispute Resolution. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Michigan in 2007, where she was also a Captain of the Undergraduate Mock Trial Team.
- Illinois State Bar
- Northern District of Illinois – Federal Court
- Northern District of Illinois – Federal Trial Bar
- Professional Organization Memberships
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Cook County Bar Association
- Community Associations Institute – Illinois Chapter
- Will County Bar Association (IL)