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Rachel Sykes

Rachel Sykes has been practicing law since 2007. She clerked for the Utah Court of Appeals following her graduation from the University of Idaho School of Law. She joined Pearson Butler with over a decade of litigation and trial experience in both state and federal court. Rachel has experience in personal injury, civil rights, medical malpractice, and family law.

Rachel has known she wanted to be a lawyer since youth. She enjoyed watching her dad helping clients resolve legal matters while she was younger. She enjoys holding wrongdoers accountable for their actions. Rachel is a member of the Utah Association for Justice, American Association for Justice, and National Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Rachel is admitted to practice law in Utah, Idaho, Washington, and North Dakota.

Rachel enjoys photography, traveling, being outdoors, spending time with friends and family, and reading.

Education:

  • University of Idaho School of Law, J. D., 2007

Bar Admissions:

  • Utah State Bar, 2007
  • Idaho State Bar
  • Washington State Bar
  • North Dakota State Bar
  • U.S District Court of Utah, 2007
  • 10th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Utah Supreme Court, 2007

Affiliations:

  • Utah State Bar Association
  • Utah Association for Justice
  • American Association for Justice
  • National Top 100 Trial Lawyers
Rachel Sykes
  • "You can literally have all your consumer legal needs covered under one roof." - Jeannette M.
  • "To receive such phenomenal service and to be treated as someone who is significant and important is why I will continue to use Carson Pearson and his firm." - Brooke M.
  • "I really appreciate the warm welcome and recommend them to anyone looking for an attorney who treats you like family and not just a client." - Dan K.
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