Rachel Boyce is a transactional attorney focusing her practice on financings, acquisitions, joint ventures, purchases and sales, corporate reorganizations, and commercial leasing. She also works on project finance, debt finance, general corporate matters and advises clients in PropTech.
Prior to entering private practice, Ms. Boyce worked at the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington D.C., where she focused on financing projects, rural development and property rights; and has co-authored several publications on those areas. Ms. Boyce also advised government ministers and other officials in Latin America and the Caribbean on project finance and projects centered on promoting economic growth.
Ms. Boyce is an advocate for diversity and equity. She provides pro bono assistance to minority owned/founded tech startups and defends underrepresented minorities facing eviction. Rachel is an active participant in the California Minority Counsel Program and the Bar Association of San Francisco. While a student at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, Rachel volunteered at the East Bay Community Law Center and the Berkeley Immigration Group.
Rachel currently sits on multiple non profit boards including the Child Care Law Center and the BayGanda Foundation.
In her free time, Rachel explores the authenticity of the world, seeks out new hiking trails, engages in philanthropic activities and indulges in everything Caribbean!
In a feature by Law360, Cooley lawyer Rachel Boyce and three other women in the legal industry share their experiences and perspectives about what it means to be a Black woman in Big Law wearing natural hair.
In a feature by Law360, Cooley lawyer Rachel Boyce and three other women in the legal industry share their experiences and perspectives ...
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