Rachel Kaylie is the founder of the Law Offices of Rachel L. Kaylie, P.C. She is a skilled litigation attorney with well over 20 years of private practice experience in various areas of litigation in both state and federal courts. Her practice consists primarily of representing debtors for Chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcy matters, and plaintiff’s personal injury representing individuals injured in motor vehicle, trip/slip and fall, and construction accidents. Rachel Kaylie is experienced in handling all phases of these matters from intake to trial for personal injury, and from intake to discharge in bankruptcy.
She started in private practice in 1996 in Manhattan, handling primarily bankruptcy, personal injury, and matrimonial/family law matters. After ten years in private practice, she then worked as a law guardian for children in Family Court for the Children’s Law Center in Brooklyn. Following this, Ms. Kaylie then went back to work in the private sector, handling personal injury matters, including conducting trials.
Now, after many years of working for other practices, she has started her own law firm, with the idea in mind of filling the needs of those in her `community and beyond. Her goals are to provide her clients with quality representation and individualized attention, which reflect the high standards she demands of herself and those in her practice.
Rachel Kaylie obtained her J.D. law degree in 1994 from the New England School of Law in Boston, and is admitted to practice law in the state and federal courts of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Washington D.C. She earned her bachelor’s degree in 1990 from Brandeis University, with a major in Political Science and a minor in Spanish. She is a member of the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and the networking group BNI. She is also a member of the Brandeis University Alumni Association, which promotes networking opportunities amongst its members. In addition, Ms. Kaylie mentors law school students and younger attorneys in both substantive and procedural legal matters.