Rachel is an associate at Zimmerman Reed and a member of the firm’s Consumer Protection practice and the Securities and Financial Fraud practice.
Rachel represents consumers in travel insurance claims against AIG and patients impacted by healthcare data breaches. She also represents consumers alleging damages from fire and risk of fire caused by defective recalled BMW vehicles.
A federal district court appointed Rachel to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee in the T-Mobile data breach MDL to oversee the litigation relating to a T-Mobile data breach which exposed the personal information of 53 million T-Mobile customers.
Following law school, Rachel worked at a general practice firm where she concentrated on complex civil litigation and corporate disputes. Her litigation experience includes working directly with clients and developing skills in all areas of legal advocacy including drafting pleadings, conducting discovery, motion practice, oral arguments, and representing clients in mediations and arbitration. Representing clients in this diverse practice honed her litigation expertise in state, tribal, and federal courts.
Rachel graduated from University of North Dakota Law School, where she served as a member of the North Dakota Law Review and the American Inns of the Court. While attending law school, Rachel served as a Chambers Legal External Clerk in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court where she gained hands-on experience in the courtroom, conducted extensive legal research, and assisted in preparing judicial opinions.
Rachel is admitted to the state courts of Minnesota and North Dakota, and the U.S. District Courts for the District of Minnesota.
- Minnesota State Bar Association
- North Dakota Bar Association
- J.D., University of North Dakota School of Law
- B.S., Cum Laude, University of North Dakota