- BPP Law School, London (2007-2008) - BVC
- St John's College, Cambridge (2004-2007) - MA (Cantab) Law
- Northern Circuit
- Personal Injuries Bar Association
- Astbury Scholarship, Middle Temple (2007-2008)
- McMahan Studentship, St John's College (2007-2008)
Rachel’s practice falls predominantly in the field of Personal Injury litigation. She undertakes work in a range of areas, covering Public Liability, Occupiers’ Liability, Employers’ Liability and Road Traffic Accidents, acting for both claimants and defendants.
Rachel joined Deans Court as a tenant in October 2009, having completed her pupillage under the supervision of Richard Whitehall.
Since then, Rachel has developed a busy civil practice, spanning a broad range of personal injury matters, including accidents at work and on the highway, occupiers’ liability and defective premises claims, road traffic accident claims, credit hire, and costs.
Her work in these areas encompasses frequent court appearances, including at Fast Track trials, disposal hearings, interim applications, case management and directions hearings. She is also regularly instructed to draft pleadings, and to advise on issues of liability, quantum and procedure.