Rachel Tritter is a talented attorney with a wealth of experience in the legal, taxation, and financial fields. She is a graduate of both the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Northeastern University School of Law, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies and her Doctorate of Law, respectively. In addition, Tritter has also studied International Relations and European Politics at Kent State University in Geneva, as well as French Language Studies at Universite la Sorbonne in France.
Tritter's extensive professional background includes working as an Associate at Ropes & Gray LLP, Investment Tax Counsel at John Hancock, and Associate at Proskauer Rose LLP. She has also worked in international tax at PricewaterhouseCoopers, as a contractor in corporate tax at Raytheon, and as a law clerk at John Hancock Financial Services and State Street Bank & Trust Mutual Fund Legal Administration. Tritter has also served as a Litigation Paralegal at Todd & Weld LLP, a Research Intern at the International Center for Migration and Health, and a Legal Intern at Bridges Across Borders Cambodia.
Throughout her career, Rachel Tritter has developed a diverse skill set, including expertise in banking, corporate finance, securities, bankruptcy and restructuring, and regulatory and compliance issues. Her experience in taxation and financial services has also given her an in-depth understanding of investment and mutual fund administration. Tritter is passionate about the law and has dedicated herself to helping clients navigate complex legal and financial challenges.