Meet Rachael, an energy-savvy attorney with an artistic side.
Here’s why you’ll enjoy working with her.
Having worked in a variety of industries, from startups to academia, Rachael understands the need to find efficient solutions to complex problems. She has experience in soup to nuts environmental regulatory issues from large-scale remediation, to real estate development, to complex mergers and acquisitions of large renewable energy portfolios including hydro, biomass, wind, and solar. Whether you need permits, need to transfer permits, or have questions about compliance with environmental laws, Rachael will shepherd you through the right process for your business objectives—and has the tenacity and drive to ensure you get to the finish line.
Prior to joining Bernstein Shur, Rachael served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Kermit V. Lipez at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit where she gained experience on substantive issues, including civil rights violations and criminal procedure. She also worked as a faculty assistant for Harvard Business School, which gave her an inside look at the challenges companies face and how legal solutions can be integrated into their overall business strategy.
But that’s not all. Rachael is also very experienced in:
- Deal contracts
- Project development planning
- Environmental diligence
In her former life, Rachael was:
- A Faculty Assistant for Harvard Business School
- A founding member of the Harvard Art Review
When Rachael isn’t working, she is…
Hiking, traveling, restoring her 130 year old farmhouse or indulging in Hamilton sing-alongs.
JD, Boston University School of Law
BA, Harvard University
Admitted to practice
State of Maine
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Maine State Bar Association