Distinguished legal professional Rachel Berlin Benjamin has garnered well-deserved recognition, being named among the "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America" for 2024. This prestigious acknowledgment stands as a testament to her unwavering dedication and commitment within the legal sphere, a sentiment endorsed by her peers.
The revered distinction of "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America" is bestowed upon exceptional lawyers who have not only exhibited exceptional skill, but also tremendous potential and promise in their respective practice areas. Rachel Berlin Benjamin's inclusion in this exclusive roster underlines her remarkable legal expertise and her unrelenting commitment to delivering unparalleled legal services to her clients.
Rachel Berlin Benjamin's inclusion in the "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America" for 2024 underscores her dedication to upholding excellence in the legal profession. This recognition reinforces her tireless pursuit of upholding the highest standards of legal practice and her continued journey of professional advancement.
About Rachel Berlin Benjamin Rachel Berlin Benjamin is an accomplished attorney specializing in Employment Law. With a reputation as a formidable advocate and determined litigator, she boasts a track record of triumphs in state, federal, and appellate courts. Rachel's unwavering commitment to rectifying workplace injustices is evident in her battles against unlawful discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, and wage theft. Her prowess in securing justice for employees subjected to sexual harassment is underscored by her confrontations with high-profile harassers, resulting in seven-figure settlements.
Prior to her Atlanta practice, Rachel was a Bronx Assistant District Attorney, prosecuting misdemeanors and felonies. A magna cum laude graduate of Pace Law School, she's admitted to the Bars of Georgia and New York, as well as federal courts in both states. Her affiliations include the National Employment Lawyers Association, reflecting her dedication to labor rights