Financing a Communications Satellite Venture: Assessing Regulatory Risk is Key,” Satellite Finance, June 11, 1998 (with Pamela L. Meredith).

The International Airports of the Hong Kong, Macao, Shenzen Triangle: Can They All Succeed? Annals of Air and Space Law, vol. XXI, Part I (1996).

“International Leasing of Aircraft: A Basic Introduction to the Operating Lease” in The Use of Air and Outer Space Cooperation and Competition, Kluwer (1998).

Book Review: The Power to Hurt: Inside A Judge’s Chambers, The Federal Lawyer, 1996.

“U.S. Space Law: The Practical Implications of Recent Case Law Developments on Minimization of Litigation” in The Use of Airspace and Outer Space for all Mankind in the 21st Century, Kluwer (1995).

“Reflections on a Springtime Hungarian Rebirth”, 39 Federal Bar News and Journal, 475 (1992).

“Open Skies,” Note, 20 International Business Lawyer, Vol. 7, at 341 (1992).

“Dispute Resolution: A Proposal for Avoidance of Litigation in the Space Law Arena,” in Air and Space Law, De Lege Ferenda (1992).

“A Perspective on the U.S. Approach to International Aviation in the Pacific,” in The Highways of Air and Outer Space Law over Asia (1992).

Contributor, External Relations of the European Community, Wassenbergh (1992).

“Patents in Space: Why the New Federal Legislation is an Important Development for Both the Space Community and the Space Bar,” 38 Federal Bar and News Journal, 396 (1991).

“Recent Developments in Space Law Litigation,” 5 Georgetown Journal of Law & Technology, 45 (1991).


Rachel is a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court.  She is a speaker and author on a variety of aviation, aerospace and business topics. Among her awards are the Federal Bar Association Distinguished Service award, an English Speaking Union Fellowship, and the Harmsworth Award from the Inns of Court, London.