Rachel’s practice focuses on assisting clients in all matters related to contracts and regulatory compliance, from initial negotiations to contractual disputes. As an associate attorney, Rachel has a deep understanding of the federal and state regulatory landscapes, having advised clients on a wide range of regulatory issues across various industries, including those faced by federal government contractors, cannabis businesses, data technology companies, and marine-related businesses. She is committed to staying up to date with the latest regulatory developments and ensuring clients are prepared to navigate and comply with complex regulatory frameworks.
Rachel graduated from Mitchell Hamline School of Law, summa cum laude, in 2022. While in law school, she concentrated her studies on practical regulatory and compliance classes, which led her to a Health Law Certificate and Compliance Certificate, as well as a national placement in a Regulatory and Compliance Competition. She held several leadership roles in law school, including serving as an editor of the Mitchell Hamline Law Review and President of the Health Law Society. Rachel serves as a Co-Founder of The Dot Twin Cities, a local women’s networking group.
Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Saint Paul, MN, United States
- J.D. 2022, Summa cum laude
- Mitchell Hamline Law Review, Editor, 2020 – 2022
University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, United States
- B.S. in Health Studies; B.A. in Honors – 2019, Magna cum laude
- Phi Beta Kappa
Honors & Awards
Associations & Memberships
- Minnesota State Bar Association
- The Dot Twin Cities, Co-Founder
- United States Attorney’s Office, District of Minnesota, Legal Extern, 2021
- Optum, Legal Intern, 2020