Rachel R. Bausch, an associate with Tripp Scott, focuses her practice in the areas of general commercial litigation and labor and employment law. Rachel predominantly handles cases involving complex business disputes and corporate misconduct. Shortly after joining the firm, Rachel secured an emergency injunction in federal court based on violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. The injunction allowed her client to recover confidential and proprietary software that was essential to its continued business operations within days of filing the complaint.
Prior to joining the firm, Rachel served as a staff attorney for the Honorable Chief Judge Dorian K. Damoorgian of the Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal.
Rachel received her law degree, summa cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University. While in law school, Rachel served as the Lead Articles Editor of Nova Law Review and was a member of both the Moot Court Society and the Nova Trial Association. Rachel participated in moot court competitions in Florida, Georgia, and New York and received a Best Brief Award at the regional ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition in New York City.
Before attending law school, Rachel worked as a social worker, providing counseling and case management services to adolescents and their families. Rachel holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University and received her undergraduate degree from Emory University with a double major in Psychology and Educational Studies.
J.D., summa cum laude
Master of Science in Social Work
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Educational Studies