Rachel Christenson focuses her practice on commercial litigation, including product liability, class actions, and antitrust cases. Clients turn to Rachel for her keen ability to understand and explain key details and issues around complex legal matters.
Rachel has experience researching, analyzing, and drafting material, including notices and subpoenas for depositions and memoranda regarding discovery documents, interrogatory responses, and declarations. She is also adept at managing the large volumes of discovery documents and data related to class action antitrust actions involving numerous plaintiffs and defendants.
Rachel earned her law degree at the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she participated in the USF Intensive Advocacy Program and Moot Court competition team as well as the Law Review.
Judicial Extern, Hon. Judge Dabel, San Mateo County Superior Court (2020)
University of San Francisco School of Law, J.D., 2021
USF Intensive Advocacy Program
USF Law Review
San Francisco State University, B.A., Biology, 2016