Before joining Robins Appleby LLP as an associate, Rachel worked as both a summer student and an articling student at the firm. As a student, Rachel assisted in all of the firm’s practice areas focusing specifically on commercial real estate.
Prior to law school, Rachel earned a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) degree from Queen’s University in 2015. Rachel received her J.D. from the University of Toronto Law School and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2019.
During law school, Rachel was instrumental in spearheading a number of extra-curricular programs, including the Pro Bono Students Canada “ID the Homelesss” Project, which serves vulnerable communities in Toronto by assisting individuals in accessing or replacing identification cards. Rachel was also involved in a number of co-curricular programs, including the City of Toronto Municipal Clinic with a focus on planning and building law from a municipal perspective, and completing a number of financial and managerial pre-MBA courses through the Rotman School of Management.
Rachel is passionate about travelling and being immersed in different cultures, having participated in exchange programs in Italy, England and Hong Kong, and having travelled to over 15 countries in the last two years.