Royal Oak, Michigan
Rachael Kohl joined the firm as an associate attorney in September of 2015. She began working as a law clerk at the firm during law school, which sparked her passion for a career fighting for civil rights. Prior to joining the firm, she interned for Chief Judge Robert Colombo, Jr. of the Third Circuit Court of Michigan.
Rachael received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, where she majored in Sociology and Spanish with a minor in Linguistics. Rachael earned her law degree at Wayne State University Law School, where she was a Dean’s Scholar and Silver Key recipient.
During law school, she served on the Moot Court Team, the Jessup International Moot Court team and Wayne Law Review. She authored an article which analyzed Michigan’s Educational Achievement Authority, which was published by Wayne State Law’s The Journal of Law in Society in 2014.
Rachael served as the Chancellor of Wayne State Law School’s Moot Court Program. She was also selected to be the Editor for the Jessup International Moot Court Team, which placed as the second highest scoring team in the Midwest Regional Competition. Currently, Rachael regularly participates as a judge with the Moot Court and Jessup programs.
Rachael is active in the arts. She sings in an a cappella group where she assists with writing and arranging the music. She has acted with the Shakespeare in the Arb theatre troupe in Ann Arbor for many years. Also a member of the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, Rachael performs in and attends many of its shows, and she is an original member of its long-form improv troupe, Dearly Beloved.