The December 2018 edition of Plaintiff magazine features a two page profile of Levin Simes Abrams partner Rachel Abrams. You can read the profile here.
Rachel Abrams graduated from UC Santa Cruz with degrees in biochemistry and marine biology, and considered becoming a marine biologist prior to entering law school. She soon found her calling in science-focused pharmaceutical litigation, representing individuals injured by drugs and devices in their fight against medical giants:
“I wanted to be the David in the David and Goliath; that’s another reason I like going after major pharmaceutical and medical device corporations. Because it’s always hard to give single plaintiffs a voice. You’re always going up against billion-dollar corporations to fight for the little guy”.
To read more about Rachel Abrams, her history and her work, read the profile in Plaintiff magazine or read her biography page on our site.