Rachael Pulis received a B. A. from Wilfred Laurier University and an M.A. from Brock University before proceeding to the University of Windsor Law School to obtain her Bachelor of Laws degree.

While at Windsor Law School, Rachael spent a work term and a semester at Legal Assistance of Windsor, the community legal clinic. Rachael also worked as a research assistant to one of the law professors.

Rachael articled at the Region of Halton and was called to the bar 2008. Since then she has practiced family law exclusively with Andy Snelius and Steve McCutcheon.

Rachael is an experienced negotiator and litigator. She has experience in all areas of family law, including divorce, property division, child support, spousal support, and child custody/access.

Rachael is well respected in the legal community. Since 2008 Rachael has been on the board of directors of the Halton County Law Association. Currently she is the president of the association, which represents the interests of some 300 lawyers in Milton, Oakville and Burlington. The association operates the law library in the Milton Courthouse and provides continuing legal education programs. Rachael is very involved in organizing and moderating the family law legal education programs.

Rachael currently is a member of the Professional Advisory Committee for the general arts and sciences program at Sheridan College.