Rachel Margiewicz (she/her) is a law school admissions expert and licensed attorney who has worked for several years in either law school admissions or as a student advocate, successfully coaching underrepresented applicants through the law school admissions process.
As a former Vice President and President of the Michigan Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Rachel is a skilled public speaker who frequently travels to universities to speak with undergraduate students and pre-law groups about strategically preparing for and applying to law school. She also regularly publishes articles via the National Jurist, PreLaw Magazine, and various blogs.
In her role as Director of Pre-Law Services at JD Advising, Inc., Rachel works one-on-one with students to better understand their background, interests, abilities, and aspirations before developing a tailored action plan to reach their goals. Her client base includes individuals from all different backgrounds, including underrepresented and first-generation college students. Most recently, Rachel created and executed a comprehensive five-month application preparation program for underrepresented pre-law students in a concerted effort to provide increased access to the legal profession.
Rachel earned her undergraduate degree in political science and sociology from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and graduated with distinction. She then attended Wayne State University Law School where she was a member of the Wayne Law Review, the international moot court team, and served on executive boards for various student organizations.