Rachel LeMay specializes in partnering with business owners to build success. She is an experienced litigator, recognized by H-Town Magazine as one of the top Construction Lawyers in Houston. Rachel has a broad background in advising clients on employment matters, EEOC complaints owner/management disputes, trade secrets, covenants not to compete, materialman and mechanic’s liens, breach of construction contracts, and general business torts. She has successfully tried numerous jury cases in Harris and Montgomery County
Following the standard advice that the best offense is a good defense, Rachel uses her litigation experience to keep clients out of the courtroom through evaluations of standard contracts, personnel policies, and general business practices.
Rachel served as a director for The Woodlands Bar Association and was the team leader for the 2013 Annual South Montgomery County and Woodlands Bar Association Employment Law Update. She previously served as a director and president of the Texas Women Lawyers, a state-wide organization dedicated to the advancement of women in the practice of law.
At Baylor Law School, she earned numerous awards including an academic scholarship, dean’s list, Delta Theta Phi Honor Society and Order of Barrister. Rachel spent a year following graduation as a law clerk for the 13th Court of Appeals in Waco, drafting opinions for the Honorable Judge Felipe Reyna.
A summa cum laud graduate of Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, she was recognized as the 2001 Outstanding Mass Communication Major. She served as editor of the campus newspaper and won state and national recognition for her reporting and graphic design work. Before law school, Rachel had a career in journalism working for the Arkansas Baptist News magazine and the Daily Siftings Herald Newspaper, where her feature writing earned state-wide recognition.