Rachel D. Van Amburg
- Pronouns: she/her/hers
Rachel Van Amburg represents clients throughout the lifecycle of their real estate transactions. She provides guidance and support on acquisitions, dispositions, development and leasing of raw land and improved real estate.
Rachel gained experience in entity formation, land use, housing, development and related policy issues while serving as a student attorney at the law school’s Sustainable Community Development Clinic and volunteering as a research assistant with Four Corners Rising, a nonprofit focused on community and economic development in the New Mexico chapters of the Navajo Nation. She also worked as a constitutional law research assistant and an Articles Editor for the Colorado Law Review. Throughout her third year of law school, Rachel assisted on a broad range of real estate transactional matters while working as a law clerk at a national law firm.