Rachel Rothman was born and raised in Massachusetts. She received her bachelor’s degree in Government and Political Theory from Smith College in 2007, where she was a recipient of a Public Interest Law Award.
Attorney Rothman graduated in 2011 from Western New England University School of Law, in Springfield, Massachusetts, where she was a distinguished Public Interest Scholar. Attorney Rothman has been practicing law since 2011, opening her own law firm in 2012 where she represented low-income clients.
Attorney Rothman moved to Georgia and joined Virguez Law in 2022. Here, she focuses on immigration law, primarily litigating defensive asylums. Attorney Rothman is a member of the Massachusetts Bar and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her dog Fred, listening to music, and visiting her family in Massachusetts.
BA in Government and Political Theory from Smith College
Juris doctorate from Western New England University School of Law
Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts
United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts