Rachel Webster is a litigation associate at Cruser Mitchell, where she advises clients on trucking liability, motor carrier law, premises liability and products liability. Rachel is a native Hoosier, yet earned her juris doctorate degree in Upstate New York from Syracuse University College of Law in May 2016. She enjoyed several leadership roles in law school with the National Women’s Law Students Association, the Family Law Association and Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity. Rachel also clerked throughout law school with Fahey Family Law assisting clients in calculating financial resolution in high-asset and high-conflict domestic relations matters. She competed in numerous trial competitions in Washington, DC to get an early start in sharpening her litigation skills and also practiced law, under licensed attorney supervision, in the Syracuse Law Disability Rights Clinic, directing her attention to employment and housing discrimination. After moving back to Indiana, Rachel clerked for Marion County Superior Court Judges Heather Welch and Timothy Oakes in a range of civil matters.
Rachel is licensed to practice law in the State of Indiana and before the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana. She is a member of the American Bar Association and the Indianapolis Bar Association. She participates regularly in pro-bono activities, such as Indy Bar’s Ask a Lawyer. Rachel is also a trained Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) and volunteers her time assisting children in custody matters before Marion County and Hamilton County Courts.
Outside the practice of law, Rachel is settling into Historic Irvington. She is passionate about the rejuvenation of Irvington and is training a puppy to be a running companion.
Syracuse University College of Law
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100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
State of Indiana
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana
American Bar Association
Indianapolis Bar Association
Guardian Ad Litem, Marion County and Hamilton County Courts