Rachael Sauer is a Managing Associate at King & Siegel LLP.
Rachael attended college at the University of Colorado Boulder and graduated with bachelor’s degrees in English and Spanish. After college, she pursued her legal education at Tulane Law School. During law school, she served as a Managing Editor for the Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property. She also worked as a Research Assistant for Professor Janet C. Hoeffel and volunteered for the Entertainment Law Legal Assistance (ELLA) Project in New Orleans, which provides pro bono legal services to artists and musicians in the community.
Rachael has spent her entire career advocating on behalf of wronged employees. Prior to joining King & Siegel, she worked for Bohm Law Group, V. James DeSimone Law and Winer, Burritt & Scott, LLP, where she worked on high-profile cases involving sexual harassment, sexual assault, and whistleblower retaliation, among other things.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, watching soccer and spoiling her dog.