Rachel Stevens

Biography

Rachel Stevens ‘13 has worked as a Staff Attorney and Assistant Professor with the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic since completing the two-year LLM fellowship program in 2016.  During her third year of law school, she worked full-time as a student clinician at the Clinic and received the Clinical Legal Education Association Outstanding Student Award.  She has previously worked for Stack & Associates P.C., a boutique environmental and land use law firm in Atlanta, Georgia, and the Office of the Georgia Capital Defenders.  She earned her undergraduate degree in English, History, and Spanish from the University of Georgia, and received a J.D., Master of Environmental Law and Policy, and LL.M. magna cum laude in Environmental Law from the Vermont Law School.  While studying at VLS, she was the Managing Editor of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law and a Legal Research Teaching Assistant. When Rachel is not working on her cases or teaching students, she can be found outside enjoying Vermont’s scenic environment and volunteering with the Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club where she serves on the Executive Committee.