Strecker joins BarrSternberg law firm
Before joining the BarrSternberg, Strecker was an associate at Meub, Gallivan & Larson in Rutland, and at Debonis, Wright & Carris in Poultney.
Prior to practicing law full-time, Strecker was selected as a dean's fellow, teaching legal writing to first year Vermont Law School students, and later represented the college as an admissions officer. At Dartmouth, Strecker advised pre-law undergraduates and managed several research assistants under the direction of Oliver Goodenough, a renowned legal scholar in the area of digital technology, in the editing of "Computing Governance: An Analytic White Paper," put out by Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society.
Before graduating with honors from law school, she interned for Vermont's environmental court, where she focused her research on Act 250 and municipal planning and ordinance.
"We are pleased to add Rachel to the BarrSternberg team," Neil Moss, the firm's founding and managing partner, said in a news release announcing the appointment. "Rachel's experience, expertise, and legal aptitude is impressive. Her diverse background will serve our clients well."
Strecker graduated with honors with a pre-law BA from Flagler College in Florida and earned her J.D. and a master's in environmental law and policy from Vermont Law School, graduating with honors. She is admitted to the Vermont and New York Bar associations.
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