Born and raised in Metro-Detroit, Rachel’s interest in immigration law is rooted in her strong connection to her Polish heritage as well as her academic background in Anthropology and interest in human rights. Rachel attended Albion College, where she double-majored in Anthropology and Ethnic Studies. Rachel later earned her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. During law school, Rachel interned with the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland as well as the Milton A. Kramer law clinic’s immigration and human rights clinic.
Over the course of her legal career, Rachel has exclusively practiced immigration law. She has handled a wide variety of immigration cases, including family-based and employment-based cases as well as removal defense.
- J.D., Case Western Reserve University School of Law
- B.A., Albion College
- Conversational Spanish
- State of Ohio