Morris Nichols Welcomes Three Judicial Law Clerks

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Morris Nichols is pleased to announce that three judicial law clerks from the Superior Court of Delaware’s Complex Commercial Litigation Division (CCLD) have joined the firm as attorneys. All three will practice in the firm’s Corporate & Commercial Litigation group.

“We are delighted to welcome these talented individuals aboard,” said litigation partner and recruiting committee member Susan Waesco. “Grant, Stephanie, and Rachel all bring valuable insights from their experience as clerks in the CCLD.”

Grant E. Michl joins Morris Nichols following a clerkship in the Complex Commercial Litigation Division of the Delaware Superior Court.

Grant earned his JD (2021) cum laude from Duke University School of Law; and BA (2017) cum laude in public policy studies and philosophy from Duke University.

Stephanie H. Saran Rudolph served as a law clerk to The Honorable Eric M. Davis of the Delaware Superior Court before joining Morris Nichols.

Stephanie earned her JD (2021) with honors from Emory University School of Law; and MS (2016) in educational policy and BA (2015) magna cum laude in political science and minor in legal studies from the University of Rochester.

Rachel R. Tunney joins Morris Nichols following a clerkship at the Delaware Superior Court, where she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Abigail LeGrow.

Rachel earned her JD (2021) from Penn State Dickinson Law; and BS (2016) summa cum laude in fitness, conditioning, and performance from Auburn University.


Recognized as Delaware’s premier law firm, Morris Nichols handles bet-the-company, high-stakes matters in the four key areas of corporate litigation, alternative entities and corporate counseling, bankruptcy and restructuring, and intellectual property litigation. The firm is regularly involved as lead counsel or co-counsel in matters of national and international significance, as well as those affecting its immediate community.

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