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By: Rachel Gilbert, JD.

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    About the Author

    Rachel Gilbert, JD, served as a Staff Attorney for the Civil Rights Clinic at Touro College before joining LexisNexis in 2004 where she currently works as a senior government consultant. Rachel resides in New York and is a lifelong New York Mets™ fan.

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