Rachel is an articling student at Polley Faith. She was previously a summer student at the firm.
In her first-year summer, Rachel worked for professors at the University of Toronto law faculty as a Casebook Research Assistant. She researched a variety of areas of law, including contract law, immigration law, and tort law. While in law school, Rachel was a Senior Editor of the Law Review journal and a member of the Moot Court Committee. She competed in the Callaghan Moot, where she and her partner were awarded Top Appellant Factum. Rachel volunteered for the International Human Rights Program and for Pro Bono Students Canada. She also served as co-leader for the Women’s Human Rights Resources research group. Rachel completed an externship for Aboriginal Legal Services.
Outside of law school, Rachel helped organize the inaugural PRISME national conference for LGBTQ2S+ legal professionals as a member of the PRISME Planning Committee.
Education and Memberships
Rachel received her Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto. Prior to law school, Rachel completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts at the University of Toronto (High Distinction) with a dual major in History and English.
Rachel anticipates being called to the Ontario bar in 2023.