Rachel represents clients in litigation. She develops cases going to trial, including preparing witnesses and exhibits. She has particular expertise managing and reviewing electronically-stored information (ESI) in document-intensive litigation.
Rachel’s path to becoming a lawyer is notable. She enrolled in the Washington State Law Clerk Program, an alternative to law school. She studied law under the mentorship and teaching of Newman Du Wors attorneys, while working full-time as a paralegal. Only a handful of hopefuls participate in the law-clerk program, and very few ultimately pass the bar. Having learned under a true apprenticeship, Rachel has grit and unique work experience combined to enrich her skills as a lawyer.