Rachel Y. Marshall, Esq. Managed All Phases of Litigation as Solo Practitioner

Posted May 17, 2022 by lorenzogarcia3321

This Press Release is written to inform the readers that Rachel Y. Marshall, Esq. managed all phases of litigation as solo practitioner.

Rachel Y. Marshall, Esq. feels immense pride in serving as an attorney since 1998 when she just started her career at Essex County Public Defender’s Office. Right from litigating criminal indictable cases including drug offenses, theft, sexual assault, armed robberies, and possession of deadly weapons, Rachel made her journey to oversee the administration of public legal services for the City of Newark’s municipal courts.

As an established attorney, Rachel holds expertise in criminal and civil litigations. She successful managed to make a mark in her field, thanks to her skills and dedication. She works as an Adjunct Professor Criminal Law at Union County College, Division of Social Sciences, Business & History, Cranford, NJ where she ensures the success of students by providing the effective education.

She has a knack for enjoying the business side of running a legal practice. Pertaining to her education credentials, Rachel Y. Marshall, Esq. holds a Bachelor degree in Science and Arts from Rutgers University. She has double major in Sociology and Administration of Justice.

About Rachel Y. Marshall, Esq.

Rachel Y. Marshall, Esq. formerly served as solo practitioner at The Marshall Law Practice LLC in Newark. She managed all phases of litigation including depositions, document production, interrogatories, motions, legal trial preparations, and settlement negotiations. She considers the fact that the solo practitioners maintain the full control of profits of their business. They work for themselves and have a strong sense of business as well.
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Last Updated May 17, 2022