Loyola University Chicago School of Law,
J.D., magna cum laude, 2020
B.A., magna cum laude, 2016
Thompson Coburn LLP
Koley Jessen, P.C., L.L.O
Raquel focuses her practice on corporate and regulatory matters within the health care sector.
By combining her transactional experience with her understanding of the complex healthcare regulatory landscape, Raquel provides a personalized and efficient approach to health care transactions.
Raquel's clients include health systems, hospitals, primary care and specialty physician groups, retail pharmacies, women's health centers, insurance companies, and health plans.
Raquel also supports clients in non-healthcare-related industries on a variety of general corporate matters, including corporate reorganizations and M&A transactions.
During law school, Raquel externed in the General Counsel's office at the American Dental Association. She also participated in her law school's Veterans Clinic, where she provided pro bono legal services to Chicago-area veterans.
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