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Rachel J. Eisenhaure Associate

Boston, MA | Direct 617.748.5221Fax 617.748.5241
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Rachel represents clients involved in commercial and business disputes. She concentrates her practice on mortgage foreclosures and enforcement actions, conflicts regarding application of state usury law to financial transactions, insurance coverage matters, and employment law. Rachel is uniquely experienced in appeals, having served as an Assist District Attorney in Massachusetts, and is relied upon by clients for her instinct for identifying the weaknesses in an appellate brief.

Rachel regularly represents a national lender in foreclosure and enforcement actions in Massachusetts. These matters include receivership issues that require her to appear in the US Bankruptcy Court. She has also advised clients on issues in Massachusetts real estate law that run the gamut from zoning appeals to mechanics liens to environmental statutes. 

In her role as Assistant District Attorney, Rachel argued 12 cases before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and 34 before the Massachusetts Appeals Court. She has extensive experience in the areas of constitutional law, statutory construction, and retroactivity of law.

As an ADA, Rachel, working in conjunction with the Appellate Practice class at Boston College Law School, served as a mentor to students writing briefs and presenting arguments before the Massachusetts Appeals Court. She served as a mentor for five years.

Representative Matters

  • Represents national bank in mortgage foreclosures and enforcement actions in Massachusetts

Recognition & Involvement

Outside the office, Rachel plays the harp and volunteers as a judge at law school moot court competitions. She previously tutored middle and high school mathematics through the New Bedford Community Rowing club and the SouthCoast Mentoring Initiative for Learning, Education & Service (SMILES). She is also a former member of the Radcliffe Choral Society Foundation.



Bar and Court Admissions


U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit


Georgetown University Law Center, JD, 2005

Harvard University, AB, 2002


Massachusetts Bar Association

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