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Rachel Moseson

Rachel Moseson


Lowenstein Sandler LLP
New Jersey, U.S.A.

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Rachel practices in the firm’s Litigation Department. She has experience advising on governmental and corporate investigations and working on white collar defense and complex commercial litigation teams. Rachel has participated in depositions and witness interviews, drafted investigation reports, conducted discovery, and drafted various motions and briefs. She is also committed to pro bono work and is passionate about representing domestic violence victims. Rachel also serves on the Executive Board of the firm’s Women’s Initiative Network (WIN).

During law school, Rachel worked as a teaching assistant in Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research and as a research assistant to Professor Douglas Eakeley. She was the senior commentaries editor of the Rutgers University Law Review. Additionally, Rachel’s article, “Bringing Dark Money to Light: Political Nonprofit Disclosure Statutes in Delaware and New Jersey,” was selected for publication in the Rutgers University Law Review Commentaries in 2017.

Rachel served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Stuart Rabner, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey. She also worked as an intern in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey.

Prior to the law, Rachel worked for the Related Companies in New York, assisting on a variety of projects involving Hudson Yards and helping to coordinate the company’s political fundraising activities. In addition, she worked for U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg, where she assisted in managing outreach to hundreds of regional constituents and handled an extensive caseload involving the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense.

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Rutgers Law School (J.D. 2018); senior commentaries editor, Rutgers University Law Review
Rutgers University (B.A. 2012), summa cum laude

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