Rachel practices complex litigation, including assisting clients with intellectual property disputes, class actions, and a range of other matters. Before joining Morrison & Foerster’s Litigation Department, Rachel was a summer associate at the firm. She also served as a law clerk for Deputy District Attorney Paul Kim in the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, Organized Crime Division.
While in pursuit of her J.D., Rachel was the managing editor of the Southern California Law Review, Volume 92. Rachel was also a fellow of the Jewish Graduate Student Initiative, a policy director of the International Refugee Assistance Program, and participated in the University of Southern California (USC) Gould School of Law International Human Rights Clinic.
Before attending law school, Rachel held multiple roles at the Aspen Institute, a global nonprofit organization committed to driving global change through dialogue, thought leadership, and action. As assistant manager of donor stewardship, assistant corporate secretary, development coordinator, and assistant to the vice president, Rachel helped to manage a scholarship program that promoted innovative thinking by bringing to the table leaders from diverse backgrounds and networks. She also served on the Aspen Institute’s Latinos and Society Program Scholarship Selection Committee and affinity groups such as the Aspen Institute’s Social Committee and Green Initiative Committee. Rachel worked as a philanthropic partnerships associate and interim senior manager for the Salzburg Global Seminar. She was responsible for managing external relations with national and international partners for the development office.
During her undergraduate education at the University of Virginia, Rachel was involved in the Charlottesville community and tutored elementary school students in English and math.Show More