Racheal is a Las Vegas native. She graduated high school from Silverado H.S. Then, she received her Associate Degree in Psychology from the College of Southern Nevada. She went on to achieve a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
Finally, Racheal attended law school at the UNLV Boyd School of Law. During her time there, Racheal was very active in the American Constitution Society as President and Director of Internal Affairs of the organization. She also helped the organization achieve national recognition and earned the Rising Chapter of the Year Award in 2017. She was also named an ACS Next Generation Leader. Racheal was also honored with the Perry Friedman Civil Liberties Award (2017) and the Dean’s Award of Special Recognition (2018). She also achieved CALI Awards in Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure, Labor Law, and Mediation Essentials. Racheal graduated UNLV Boyd School of Law Magna Cum Laude in 2018.
Racheal is licensed to practice law in the State of Nevada and has been admitted to the United States District Court District of Nevada and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
While in law school, Racheal worked at the Caesars Entertainment Corporate Law Department and at Alliance for Justice, a Washington D.C.-based organization dedicated to vetting potential federal judges.
After graduating law school, Racheal started as a law clerk at a prestigious personal injury firm, and eventually became an Associate Attorney focusing on litigation upon passing the bar in 2018. There, her sole focus was litigating claims of people injured by car crashes, slip and falls, and medical malpractice.
Racheal also spent time at a financial services firm litigating mortgage banking cases against both the HOAs that foreclosed on thousands of Nevada homes and the private investors who bought up the homes for pennies on the dollar. She also handled FCRA claims and general financial services matters.
Now at Nettles | Morris, Racheal is excited to fight for the rights of her clients who were injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. She works tirelessly and aggressively to ensure her clients receive the justice they deserve.
When she’s not at work, Racheal loves to hang out with her family, friends, and dogs, binge-watch British detective shows on Netflix, and travel. Racheal is a member of the American Constitution Society and the Nevada Justice Association.