Lecturer in Law
Rachel Krol is an attorney, consultant, and educator based in Philadelphia. Her teaching, research, and advisory work focuses on negotiation, conflict resolution, dispute systems design, and group facilitation. She teaches Negotiation courses at Penn Law and The Wharton School. As an Advisor at the Cambridge Family Enterprise Group, she assists family-owned businesses as they seek to grow, unify, and sustain their enterprises into the next generation.
Previously, Rachel served as the Assistant Director of the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program at Harvard Law School, where she taught courses on negotiation and dispute systems design and supervised teams of clinical students and instructors helping client organizations build capacity for effective conflict management. Rachel has been privileged to help individuals enhance their negotiation skills in a diversity of settings, from executive education at Harvard, to workshops for Israelis and Palestinian teenagers through the organization Seeds of Peace, to programs for the legal department at Netflix.
A graduate of Harvard Law School and Columbia University, Rachel practiced law with the firms Drinker, Biddle & Reath LLP and Ahmad Zaffarese LLC, where she advised clients on matters related to mergers and acquisitions, securities regulation, corporate finance, and civil litigation.