Rachel Moore is an associate personal injury attorney for Steinger, Greene & Feiner’s Fort Lauderdale office. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from the Florida State University College of Law. While there, she was a member of Pi Delta Phi, an International Legal Honor Society.
During her time in Tallahassee, she clerked for a Second Circuit Judge, worked as an Administrative Law Clerk for the State of Florida, and interned at the Florida State University Public Interest Law Center. Additionally, she volunteered at the Leon County Teen Court, advocating for teenagers.
A Palm Beach County native, Rachel returned home and began her Personal Injury career as a Law Clerk at Gordon & Doner, P.A., where she joined the Palm Beach Gardens office as an Associate in 2015 and was dedicated to being the best possible advocate for her clients.
She joined Steinger, Greene & Feiner because she wanted to be part of a team, in which she could learn, grow and develop her career.
Rachel is driven by the feeling of knowing she’s helping people when they do not feel like they can help themselves. She also loves using her education, background and skills to help people find their voice and navigate the legal system.
When she is not working, Rachel enjoys traveling and spending time outside with friends and family.
- 2015 – Florida Bar
- 2016 – Colorado Bar
- 2017 – Washington State Bar
- 2010 – University of Florida (B.S.)
- 2014 – Florida State University College of Law (J.D.)
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- Treasure Coast Justice Association
- Martin County Bar Association
- Palm Beach County Bar Association