Rachel Brodin Nili currently practices at the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families as a Child Protective Policy Specialist; Ms. Nili was previously an attorney at Children's Rights, a non-profit that advocates on behalf of abused and neglected children through institutional reform litigation. While at Children's Rights, Ms. Nili has been involved in trials in three different states and has participated in case investigations, appeals, and post-litigation monitoring of consent decrees. Prior to joining Children's Rights in 2010, Ms. Nili practiced at Goulston & Storrs in Boston, where she focused on complex commercial litigation and employment law and also represented clients pro bono through the Massachusetts Legal Clinic for the Homeless.
Ms. Nili received her B.A. from Harvard College in 2003 and her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law in 2006. After law school, she clerked for Justice Martha B. Sosman of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.