Rachel D. Morgan is a member of BrownWinick. Her practice focuses primarily in the international, energy/telecommunications/utilities and transactional/business areas. In addition, Rachel has represented clients in state and federal court and in international tribunals. Rachel's work includes negotiating international business contracts, representing clients in international arbitrations, including The London Court of International Arbitration, representing clients in front of the Iowa Utilities Board, and general business and transactional work.

Rachel is licensed to practice law in the State of Iowa and Colorado, the United States District Court for the Northern and Southern District of Iowa and the District of Colorado, the Eighth and Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Court of Federal Claims. Before joining BrownWinick, Rachel was an associate at Burns, Figa & Will, P.C. located in Denver, Colorado. She also interned for Colorado Court of Appeals Judge Leonard Plank during law school and upon graduation worked as a judicial clerk for Colorado Court of Appeals Judge Arthur P. Roy.

Rachel graduated from Iowa State University in 1999, receiving her B.M., with high distinction, in Music Education and was a member of the Mortar Board Honor Society and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.

Rachel received her J.D. in 2002 from the University of Denver College of Law.  Rachel graduated from law school Order of St. Ives. She earned a number of academic awards during law school, including an award for highest grade in Civil Procedure, Administrative Law, Advanced Trial Practice, Remedies and Criminal Procedure. Rachel was also on the Board of Editors of the Denver Law Review and Preventive Law Reporter. During law school, Rachel published two articles concerning civil procedure and school law.

Rachel is a member of the Iowa State, Polk County, American, and Colorado Bar Associations, and is a member of the Energy Bar Association. She recently was appointed to the Iowa State Bar Association's International Law Section Council. Rachel was admitted to the Colorado bar in 2002 and admitted to the Iowa bar in 2008.

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Christina Risewick


Iowa State University
B.M. with high distinction, Music Education

University of Denver College of Law
J.D., 2002


Colorado, 2002
Iowa, 2008