Bousquet Holstein PLLC is pleased to welcome Diana G. Rogatch and Rachel B. Wadsworth to the firm.
Diana Rogatch has joined the firm’s Brownfield Practice Group. She successfully passed the Uniform Bar Examination in April 2022, and she is currently admitted to practice law in Colorado. She will be admitted to practice law in New York State in January 2023.
Diana comes to Bousquet Holstein with a passion for connecting with her clients. Diana is returning to the firm after taking part in the 2021 class of Summer Associates where she assisted with tax, business, and litigation matters. Her experience includes working as a litigation paralegal for a mid-size firm in Boston, MA for two years and with Judge Frederick Scullin in the Northern District of New York.
Diana graduated summa cum laude from Suffolk University in 2016 with a B.A. in History and a Certificate in Paralegal Studies. She graduated cum laude from Syracuse College of Law in 2021. While attending law school, Diana earned an M.B.A. from the Whitman School of Management along with her law degree in 2021.
Rachel Wadsworth has been admitted to practice law in New York State and joined Bousquet Holstein’s Trusts & Estates Practice Group as an Associate Attorney earlier this year. Originally from Onondaga Hill, Rachel graduated from Albany Law School in 2021 where she was a member of the Albany Government Law Review and served as the Managing Editor for Submissions of the journal during her third year. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Archeology, Technology, and Historical Structures at the University of Rochester in 2017.
Rachel has worked with a variety of offices including the Federal Public Defenders of Northern New York and Legal Assistance of Western New York’s Pro Se Divorce Clinic during law school. It was at these jobs where she developed her passion for helping clients with their legal issues.
She also interned with the Honorable Stacy Pettit in Albany County Surrogate’s Court during her third year of law school where she received first-hand experience with the Surrogate Court system. While interning with the Court, Rachel was able to observe estate administration proceedings and attorney conferences. She also conducted research and prepared weekly memoranda for the Surrogate’s use during court.