Rachel is a trial lawyer who specializes in commercial litigation. Rachel recently returned to the practice of law after taking a year off to travel and write a satirical spy novel. Prior to her time off, Rachel was deeply involved in Colorado’s vibrant arts scene. She is a graduate of the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts’ Leadership Training Program and served on the young professionals’ board of the Colorado Symphony.
Rachel is a graduate of the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin, where she was a member of the English Honors Program. Before transferring to the University of Texas, Rachel was a Peabody Scholar at Vanderbilt University.
In her free time, Rachel enjoys going to the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, going to brunch with her friends, and reading military history.
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