Meet Rachael, a Harvard grad with a penchant for the arts.
Here’s why you’ll enjoy working with her.
When you need someone who will go the distance, you need Rachael on your team. Rachael has the determination and the confidence to work with her clients to ensure their goals are met. 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.
While interning at the American Civil Liberties Union of Maine, Rachael worked closely with legal staff and legislative staff of the ACLU on criminal justice reform projects, including prisoner’s rights and juvenile rights, where she performed extensive legal research and drafted legal memoranda on complex substantive and procedural matters, as well as drafting complaints, motions, and information requests under Maine’s Freedom of Access Act.
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