Rachel Lamb is an associate in the Toxic Torts and Industrial and Consumer Product Liability Practice Groups in the Philadelphia office of Lavin, OíNeil, Cedrone & DiSipio. She concentrates her practice on asbestos-related toxic torts and automotive product liability.
Ms. Lamb graduated from Rutgers Law School where she was a recipient of the Deanís Academic Excellence Scholarship and was on the Deanís List. She was a quarterfinalist in the James J. Hunter Appellate Advocacy Moot Court competition, a member of the Rutgers Trial Advocacy Competition Team, an Executive Editor on the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy, president of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, and student leader of the 501(c)(3) Pro Bono Project. Ms. Lamb received the Deanís Pro Bono Publico Award for Exceptional Service, the Mary Philbrook Student Public Interest Award, and the Maida Public Interest Fellowship in recognition for her pro bono service. Ms. Lamb completed her undergraduate degree at the State University of New York at Buffalo where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.
Before coming to the firm, Ms. Lamb served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Michael J. Haas in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division. She is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, camping, reading, and spending time with her family, friends, and pets.
New Jersey Dogfighting Law Not All Bark: RICO Amendment Gives Tools to Fight Crime in the Region, 14 Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy 228 (2017)
What Can Animal Law Learn from Environmental Law?, 23 Animal Law Review 197 (2016)