Rachel E. Giroux

Rachel E. Giroux

Rachel E. Giroux (formerly Brown) is a trial attorney and associate at Waranch & Brown. Ms. Giroux is gaining considerable experience defending medical malpractice cases, as well as representing health care providers in professional licensing matters.

Prior to joining the Firm, Ms. Giroux served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Colleen A. Cavanaugh in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. During her clerkship, Ms. Giroux analyzed and drafted memoranda, orders and opinions, and conducted legal research on a variety of complex civil and criminal matters.

In 2018, Ms. Giroux graduated cum laude from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. While in law school, she served as Articles Editor of the Journal of Health Care Law & Policy and as a Teaching Fellow for the Academic Achievement Program, mentoring new law students. Ms. Giroux also served as an intern to the Honorable Clayton Greene, Jr., of the Court of Appeals of Maryland and the Honorable Judith C. Ensor of the Circuit Court for Baltimore County.

Prior to law school, Ms. Giroux graduated with honors from the University of Maryland, College Park, Robert H. Smith School of Business.

Ms. Giroux is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, the DC Bar Association, the Baltimore County Bar Association, the Maryland Defense Counsel, and the MD-DC Society for Healthcare Risk Management.

Ms. Giroux was published in The Defense Line in 2020 for her article, Telemedicine: Welcome to the Future, co-authored with John T. Sly, Esq. She was also published in The Defense Line in 2019 for her article, Telemedicine Liability: A Blended Standard of Care for the Modern World. Ms. Giroux was awarded The Joseph Bernstein Award for her 2018 Note, Balancing Privacy and Proof: Discovery of Nonparty Medical Records, published in Maryland Law’s Journal of Health Care Law and Policy.

Ms. Giroux was selected as a 2024 “Rising Star” by Maryland Super Lawyers.

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