Rachel A. Miller
Rachel began her career in private practice with Racine Olson in 2013. Rachel’s love of learning originally led her to a teaching and coaching career path, but ultimately led her to study and practice law where there is always opportunity to learn more. Consequently, Rachel practices law with a teacher-learner focus. Rachel listens carefully to her clients to learn their needs, and then helps educate them about their legal options. Rachel is able to use her education training to persuade her audience about the law as she advocates for her clients to obtain their goals.
Rachel’s practice emphasis includes commercial litigation, employment and labor law, personal injury, family law, and insurance defense. Rachel also specializes in administrative law, acting as an Administrative Hearing Officer in cases against the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
Rachel previously clerked for the Honorable Mitchell W. Brown and the Honorable Stephen S. Dunn from 2011 through 2013. Clerking for two district judges provided Rachel with invaluable insight into the judicial decision making process as she drafted legal opinions, jury instructions and orders on a daily basis.
J.D., J. Reuben Clark School of Law, 2011
B.S., Brigham Young University, 2008
Utah State Bar
Idaho State Bar