Rachel Frost, an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department, is the published author of the law review article “Pews, Sidelines, and Locker Rooms: Moment of Silence Policy is the “Hail Mary” To Achieve Constitutionality of Prayer in Public-School Athletic Contests.” The article, which has just been published in the Rutgers Journal of Law & Religion, Volume 21, takes a politically neutral look at how the constitutionality of prayer may be achieved in competitive public-school athletic settings.
Ms. Frost focuses her practice in commercial litigation, assisting in the firm's representation of clients in a variety of matters. Her experience includes researching complex legal issues, assisting with the drafting of discovery requests and responses, motions, briefs and other legal documents, and attending depositions and pre-trial conferences. Admitted to practice in New Jersey, she received her J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D. and earned her B.S. summa cum laude from Seton Hall University, where she was honored as her class Valedictorian.