Rachel joined the firm after serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Joel F. Dubina, Chief Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. She has developed a broad practice that includes all areas of litigation, with a focus on product liability, consumer fraud and medical device litigation.
Some of her notable accomplishments include:
Obtaining summary judgment in a product liability case pending in Montgomery County, Alabama after oral argument;
Successfully arguing the transfer of a personal injury case involving multiple defendants to a more favorable venue;
Obtaining partial summary judgment in a consumer fraud case after oral argument; and
Assisting in the defense and resolution of over forty consumer fraud cases pending throughout the State of Alabama.
Rachel’s practice has allowed her to represent clients throughout the Southeast. As part of her consumer fraud practice, she has managed the defense of fraud cases on a regional basis, including in South Carolina, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana. Additionally, her medical device practice has given her the opportunity to represent clients in Florida, Virginia and North Carolina.
Rachel graduated magna cum laude from Cumberland School of Law, Samford University in 2005. At Cumberland, she was an Associate Editor of the Cumberland Law Review and was inducted into the Curias Honoris. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama, magna cum laude, in 2002.
Rachel is the proud mother of a baby girl. She and her husband are enjoying the adventures of parenthood.