Rachel Garland began her career at Community Legal Services as an Equal Justice Works fellow in 2008. She is currently serving as a staff attorney in the housing unit. Ms. Garland represents subsidized housing tenants facing a wide variety of housing issues including eviction, repairs, termination of subsidy, criminal barriers to housing, rent calculations and disability accomodations. Ms. Garland has worked extensively on the intersection of housing and domestic and sexual violence and provides representation, community education and legal advocacy in this area.
Ms. Garland earned her J.D. from the Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2007. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2001, with BA in politics.