At Pogust Goodhead, Rachel is involved in the Dieselgate NOx Emissions group litigation in Scotland, as well as the NHS Lothian Paediatric Audiology case. Rachel’s main area of expertise lies in human rights law.
She is passionate about social justice and using the law as a tool to give a voice to the disempowered.
Rachel graduated from the University of Strathclyde with an LLB in Law and the University of Glasgow with a Diploma in Professional Legal Practice. Rachel has also attained an LLM in Human Rights Law, with Distinction. Her master’s dissertation on the rights of intersex people to self-determine their gender identity was awarded Strathclyde University’s annual Human Rights Law prize.
Areas of Expertise
Human Rights Law
Consumer Product Liability
University of Strathclyde, LLB in Law
University of Glasgow, Diploma in Professional Legal Practice
University of Glasgow, LLM in Human Rights Law, with Distinction
Her masters dissertation on the rights of intersex people to self-determine their gender identity was awarded Strathclyde University’s annual Human Rights Law prize
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