Rachelle Collins is an associate attorney in the Litigation group. Rachelle assists clients in a variety of matters at the trial and appellate level, including commercial contract disputes, real estate and condemnation litigation, and class actions. She has experience analyzing legal issues for complex business disputes, drafting motions and other filings in state and federal court, and managing discovery.

Before joining Stoel Rives, Rachelle was a law clerk (2020–2021) and legal assistant (2016–2018) at Nichols Law Group, where she gained meaningful litigation experience representing plaintiffs in personal injury and medical malpractice matters. Rachelle was also a legal extern at the Office of the General Counsel for the University of Oregon (2019) and a law clerk at Legal Aid Services of Oregon (2019).


University of Oregon School of Law, J.D., 2021; Multnomah Bar Association Fellow; Associate Editor, Oregon Review of International Law

University of Oregon, B.A., Psychology, minors in Spanish and Business Administration, 2015



United States District Court for the District of Oregon


  • Manages discovery for multiple matters in state and federal court.
  • Assists in representing clients in various eminent domain-related matters.
  • Assists in representing client in litigation involving First Amendment challenge to city ordinance.
  • Successfully defended pro bono client against eviction action.
  • Assisted with representation of energy client; successfully defended order dismissing state court action against vacatur motion.
  • Assisted with briefing of legal issues during state court trial involving real property dispute.



  • Oregon Filipino American Lawyers Association, At-Large Board Member, 2021-present
  • Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyer Section, Pro Bono Committee, 2022-present
  • Oregon Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Member


  • Jefferson High School Mock Trial Team, Classroom Law Project, Coach
  • ACLU, Portland, Oregon, Legal Observer
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