Rachel V.See


Senior Counsel

Rachel understands both the potential of AI and emerging technology, and how to drive transformative change while identifying and managing legal risk for employers.

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Artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies present many opportunities to change the way businesses operate, and employers need legal guidance through this evolving landscape. Rachel has spent her career at the intersection of law, technology, and policy, and she provides her clients with the tools and insights they need to navigate AI risk management, governance, and regulatory compliance issues, both within the employment space and in other industries and applications. When assisting employers, she leverages her extensive policy and enforcement experience, along with a technologist’s perspective on driving change and managing legal risk.

Rachel comes to Seyfarth after over 12 years in the federal government, where she led enforcement, policy, and digital transformation initiatives. Prior to joining the firm, she served as an EEOC commissioner’s senior counsel for AI and Algorithmic Bias, leading initiatives emphasizing the applicability of employment discrimination laws to the use of artificial intelligence, and working to educate lawyers and HR professionals regarding the applicability of civil rights laws to AI and other technologies.

Rachel previously served as the EEOC's acting executive officer, a special assistant to the EEOC chair, and as the EEOC's assistant general counsel for Technology. Rachel also served as the branch chief of E-Litigation at the National Labor Relations Board, where, in addition to representing the agency in its response to complex Congressional oversight requests, she was the lead architect behind the NLRB general counsel’s nationwide subpoena-enforcement program in high-profile joint-employer litigation and other complex matters.

  • JD, Duke University School of Law
  • BA, Yale University
  • Not admitted to practice in the District of Columbia
  • Ohio