Rachael joins a growing bench of Galanda Broadman team members.
Seattle, WA – Rachael Shulman has joined Galanda Broadman PLLC as an Associate. Rachael joins the firm after serving as an Assistant Public Defender in the Missouri State Public Defender’s Appellate/Postconviction Relief Division.
“We are excited about the criminal justice experience Rachael brings to our firm,” said Gabriel S. Galanda, Managing Lawyer of Galanda Broadman. “She will be an asset to our Indigenous civil rights clients, especially those whose rights have been violated by jail and police officers.”
Rachael is a 2021 graduate of the Washington University School of Law, where she was a quarter-finalist in the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Competition and received the CLEA Outstanding Student Extern Award for her work with the Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic and the Center for International Environmental Law in Washington, D.C.
She has also served as a legal intern for the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
In her free time, Rachael enjoys riding horses, running, hiking national parks, cooking, and spending time with her two dogs, Paloma and Dottie.
Rachael joins a growing bench of Galanda Broadman team members. Harvard Law School alumnus Matt Slovin and University of Washington Law School alumna Corinne Sebren also recently joined the firm as Associates.
Galanda Broadman is an Indigenous rights law firm with nine lawyers and offices in Seattle and Yakima, Washington and Bend, Oregon. The firm is dedicated to advancing Indigenous Treaty, sovereignty, and human rights.
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