Rachel has experience with a wide variety of litigation matters including commercial litigation, product liability, toxic tort and environmental litigation, commercial litigation, contract disputes, fraud, defamation, tortious interference and Section 1983 cases. 

In state and federal courts across the country, Rachel represents companies in complex, sophisticated litigation involving product and environmental liability and toxic tort litigation. She is involved in all aspects of litigation, including researching and analyzing complex legal issues to formulate legal and procedural strategy for litigation; drafting dispositive, pre-trial, discovery and other motions and briefings; responding to written discovery and document productions; preparing for fact, corporate and expert depositions and assisting with trial preparation.

Previously, Rachel served as a law clerk to the Honorable Patricia Cohen of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District for two years. During law school, Rachel was an intern with Missouri state and federal Public Defenders offices and was an editor on the St. Louis University Journal of Health Law and Policy.

Before attending law school, Rachel worked at one of the world’s largest independent alternative asset management firms in Chicago, working directly with the chief compliance officer (CCO) to modify compliance policies and procedures within the firm.


Ignoring Patient Scope of Care: Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and the Privilege to Prescribe, St. Louis University Journal of Health Law and Policy, Spring 2013.