Rachel Schoenlein

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After completing undergraduate studies at West Chester University, Rachel obtained her Paralegal Certificate from Hofstra University and later attended Widener-Delaware Evening Division.  She began her legal career as a paralegal with Fliegelman Elderlaw assisting senior citizens in Southeastern Pennsylvania with Medicaid Planning & Asset Protection and their families with dealing the concerns of having a loved one needing or in long term care.  While a law student, Rachel worked full-time as a Legal Assistant for Forry Ullman Ullman & Forry, PC assisting several attorneys practicing predominantly motor vehicle, premises liability and construction defect insurance defense litigation.  After earning her J.D. and being admitted to Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Rachel handled 341 Hearings in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy proceedings on behalf of individual debtors as an attorney for Ross & Schnarrs, PC.  Rachel joined this firm in August 2012 concentrating on civil litigation, insurance defense and bankruptcy concerns and currently serves as the firm’s paralegal manager coordinating civil litigation projects.

Past Experience

Associate Attorney – Law Office of Stephen J. Ross f/k/a Ross & Schnarrs, PC

Legal Assistant – Forry Ullman Ullman & Forry, PC

Paralegal – Fliegelman Elderlaw

Personal

Born on Long Island, New York, Rachel lived for ten years in Monmouth County, New Jersey before settling in Berks County, PA where she currently resides with her Siamese cat and two Australian Shepherds.

Enjoys badminton, table hockey, skeeball, reading, board games, summer weather and The Eagles.

Hates mosquitoes, being cold, allergies and slow drivers.

Fun Facts

Currently obsessed with the book series and HBO show, Game of Thrones.

Annually attends the Philadelphia Kennel Club Dog Show aired on NBC on Thanksgiving Day.

Once traveled across the country to work in a grassroots re-election campaign for a U.S. Congressman.

Former student of Joe Biden while he was an adjunct Professor of Constitutional Law at Widener – Delaware Law School during the time he was considered for the vice-presidency.