About Rachel Kammerzell

Rachel Kammerzell assists a range of financial services clients with a variety of transactional and corporate matters, advising clients with respect to restructurings, fund formation, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, as well as various types of employment, advising and trading agreements.

Knowledge based on a background of wide-ranging experience

Before joining Katten, Rachel served as a Public Interest Law Initiative graduate fellow at CARPLS Legal Aid. She advised individuals in self-representation to resolve housing, consumer law and domestic relations matters.

While in law school, Rachel was a clinician in Loyola University Chicago's Business Law Clinic. There, she assisted clients, primarily nonprofits and startups, with different legal issues relating to entity formation, obtaining tax-exempt status, and general corporate matters. Rachel also served as a lead articles editor for the Loyola University Chicago Law Journal, and represented Loyola University Chicago School of Law in moot court competitions focusing on intellectual property and first amendment issues.