Rachel Lugay

Rachel Lugay
Associate Attorney

Bio Inactive  Inactive  Inactive copy  Inactive copy 2  Inactive copy 3  Inactive copy 4
Schedule A Consultation with Rachel

    How can we help?

    Please give us a very brief description of your case.

    Rachel Lugay | Divorce Atlanta Family Lawyer


    Rachel is an Associate at Richardson Bloom & Lines LLC who practices exclusively in the area of family law. She was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and is a graduate of the University of Georgia, where she earned her Bachelor of the Arts in Sociology. After graduation, Rachel attended the University of Richmond School of Law in Richmond, Virginia. While earning her law degree, she served as the Managing Editor of the Public Interest Law Review, the Diversity and Inclusion Chair of the Student Bar Association and the President of the Black Law Students Association. Throughout law school, Rachel was heavily involved with Richmond’s Family Law Clinic where she represented pro bono clients in divorce, custody, visitation and child support matters. Her work in the Family Law Clinic earned her the Virginia State Bar Family Law Section Award. She understands that the effects of domestic relations cases can be far reaching and is eager to guide clients with effective and practical solutions to difficult and often complicated family law matters.

    Top Rated Divorce Lawyer in Atlanta

    When Rachel is not practicing law, she is spending time with her friends and family, and looking for new ways to engage with her community. She believes that serving and providing her community with access to legal resources is the first step to creating meaningful change.

    Bar Admissions
    • Georgia 2019
    • University of Richmond, J.D. 2019
      • Family Law Certificate
    • University of Georgia., B.A. 2015
    • Virginia State Bar Family Law Section Award 2019
    Associations & Accreditations
    • State Bar of Georgia
    • Atlanta Bar Association, Family Law Section
    • Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
      • Student Programming Committee
    Publications & Speaking Engagements
    • Positive Youth Development Networks: The Community-Based Solution to Juvenile Delinquency and Other Problem Behaviors, 23 Rich. Pub. Int. L. Rev. (2020).