Law, Business, Human Resources
Running, yoga, cats, reading, spice girls
Received the John Carroll University Celebration of Scholarship Award for outstanding research project.
Concentrated her studies in administration and advocacy.
Wrote her thesis on the age crime curve and repeat offenders.
Graduated law school in May of 2014. Wrote law school thesis on why companies go public and shareholder value.
Concentrated studies in corporate, tax, and estate planning law.
Law school graduate with a license to practice in the state of Ohio. Currently practicing law as in house counsel for tech start-ups.
As a law student, Rachel had the opportunity to review and write articles for the various start up companies that she performed legal work for. In addition, a major part of her role at the International Society of Explosives Engineers included a weekly article on the current legislation climate that impacted those that the non - profit worked to promote.
As a lawyer, Rachel has worked with a multitude of small businesses and start - up companies. A major component of attracting these companies as clients is the presentation of the legal component of their business. As a result, each engagement includes a presentation of services catered to the business and industry of the potential client. Presentations she has prepared have varied from online tech company to a rodeo and everywhere in between.
Rachel has been able to guest blog for various companies which she has performed legal work for. The blog posts have covered various areas, such as Labor day, through law, accounting and finance. Blog posts have ranged from satirical to current events and lists of the top ten things to about a holiday. etc.