Rachel Hansen is an attorney at Morgan & Morgan. She represents clients in personal injury matters, specializing in motor vehicle cases. Rachel is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, Rachel worked at the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office as an Assistant District Attorney and the Chief of Juvenile Courts, handling criminal prosecutions throughout the juvenile and district courts of Norfolk County. Rachel specialized in juvenile matters and domestic violence matters. Rachel is a fierce advocate for victims and a seasoned trial attorney. She has secured hundred of convictions and tried dozens of jury trials and bench trials to verdict. Rachel also worked at a Boston-based personal injury firm. Rachel’s passion for advocating on behalf of victims led her to join Morgan & Morgan. Today, she uses her years of experience in the courtroom and in front of judges and juries to secure the best results for her clients.
Rachel received her Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of Arizona, where she minored in Pre-Law, published a thesis “A Look at the Ban the Box Movement in Local Government,” graduated cum laude with hones, was an Eller Centurion Honorary Recipient, and was involved in various clubs, organizations, leadership roles, and philanthropy projects. Rachel received her Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School. While at Suffolk Law, Rachel was a Marshall Brennan Fellow, the Note Editor for the Transnational Law Review, the Justice and Philanthropy Chair of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, and a member of the Phi Alpha Delta Mock Trial team. She brings her experience to Morgan & Morgan focusing on representing injured parties and making them whole.
- University of Arizona
- Suffolk University Law School
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts