Rain Levy Minns’s litigation experience ranges from international arbitration in Hong Kong to Native American courts to jury trials in the United States. After law school, Rain clerked for Chief Judge George P. Kazen in the Southern District of Texas.
She then became an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas, where she was recognized for her outstanding work, which focused on nursing home death cases. She first-chaired and obtained favorable trial and appellate verdicts in all of her cases, including the highest arbitration award in the history of her division.
Rain has also worked at two large firms, Bickel & Brewer and Holland & Knight, LLC. During her time there, she focused on bet-the-company litigation for Fortune 500 companies, where any bad outcome could have destroyed the client companies.
She also gained commercial litigation experience from working for the United States Trade Representative, General Counsel’s Office and as a commercial real estate appraiser at Joseph J. Blake & Associates.
At all of her legal jobs, whether directly or in a preventative manner, Rain dealt with white collar criminal defense issues. To date, Rain has tried numerous cases, but has rarely lost a trial.
- Cornell Law School J.D. May 2001
- Dartmouth College B.A., Magna Cum Laude May 1997
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