Rachel Allen

Rachel Allen


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Rachel takes a results-oriented approach to each case that is informed by a deep legal and analytical foundation. She is dedicated to weaving together factual and legal issues to find optimal solutions.

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Rachel is developing a broad litigation practice. Prior to joining Adair Goldblatt Bieber, Rachel completed her articles at a prominent commercial litigation boutique, where she gained experience in a diverse range of matters including shareholder disputes, contractual disputes, and provincial offence prosecutions. She then honed her advocacy skills at a criminal litigation firm.

Rachel graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, where she served on the Moot Court Committee and as a senior editor on the Law Review. She participated in the Callaghan Moot, was a co-leader of an International Human Rights Project working group, and spent a summer working as a research assistant for several professors.

Before law school, Rachel completed an Honours Bachelors of Arts at the University of Toronto with a double major in History and English. Since 2021, she has volunteered with the Canadian Association of LGBTQ2S+ Lawyers to help plan the PRISME Conference.

  • Member, The Advocate’s Society
  • Executive Member, Sexual and Gender Diversity Alliance Section of the Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, Canadian Association of LGBTQ2S+ Lawyers
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association

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  • Ontario, 2023


  • JD, University of Toronto, 2022
  • BA (High Distinction), University of Toronto, 2018