Rachel Deschuytner is an associate at Robinson, Kriger, & McCallum where she concentrates her practice on workers’ compensation defense, civil litigation, and personal injury. Prior to joining the firm, she practiced personal injury law at a busy plaintiff’s firm. There, she acquired extensive experience handling complicated personal injury claims and securing favorable outcomes for her clients.
During law school, Rachel was a student attorney with the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic and earned a CALI Excellence for the Future Award for her work. In addition, she was awarded a Pro Bono Publica award for completing over 80 hours of volunteer legal work. Rachel was also a member of Maine Law School’s Moot Court Team and competed in the First Amendment National Moot Court Competition in Nashville, Tennessee.
Rachel is admitted to the Maine bar and the bar of the United States District Court – District of Maine. She is an active member of the Maine State Bar Association. She is currently serving as a Governor of District Three, Cumberland County, on the Board of Governors, and is also active with the New Lawyers’ Section, serving as the Immediate Past Chairperson. In her spare time, Rachel enjoys spending time with her family, snowboarding, and exploring Maine’s beaches and mountains.
University of Maine School of Law, Juris Doctor 2014 Cum Laude
University of Southern Maine, Bachelor of Arts in Criminology, 2008 Cum Laude
Maine State Bar Association
Governor of District Three – Cumberland County; Member
MSBA New Lawyer’s Section
Past Chairperson, Board Member
Maine Trial Lawyers Association
U.S. District Court for the District of Maine, 2015
2018 Super Lawyers Rising Star Recipient – Workers’ Compensation