About Rachel N. Seville

​Rachel comes to the aid of her clients prepared and exceptionally familiar with complex litigation and the judicial process. Having clerked in the Complex Business Litigation Program under the Honorable Peter A. Bogaard, J.S.C., Civil Part, Rachel has extensive knowledge of both affirmative and defense perspectives in complex business litigation cases. During her clerkship, she worked on cases involving complicated contract disputes, environmental clean-up lawsuits, employment disagreements, partnership dissolutions, investor recovery litigation, construction issues, and intellectual property challenges.

​During law school, Rachel was the Notes Editor for the Rutgers Business Law Review and interned for multiple civil litigation firms in Northern New Jersey. She also interned for the Honorable Christopher R. Kazlau, J.S.C., Criminal Part, following her first year of law school.

Rachel is a former Division I student-athlete who participated in swimming while pursuing her undergraduate degree.


Education

  • Rutgers Law School- J.D
    -Rutgers Business Law Review, Notes Editor
  • Liberty University- B.S., Western Legal Traditions (Pre-Law)
    Magna Cum Laude

Admissions

State Bars:

  • State of New Jersey