Areas of Practice
Civil Litigation, Guardianships, Family Law, Juvenile Law, Special Education Advocacy
Texas A&M- Corpus Christi with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, 2011.
St. Mary’s School of Law with a Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2016. While attending St. Mary’s, Ms. Hoblit was a clinic fellow with the Center for Terrorism Law and participated in the family law clinic.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Ms. Hoblit devoted her professional career to helping disadvantaged children and young women across South Texas. As a program facilitator for Girl’s Inc in San Antonio, a national non-profit organization devoted to inspiring and empowering young girls, Ms. Hoblit served as a STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering and Math] Facilitator. In this role, Rachel was able to develop mentoring relationships with young girls, wherein she inspired them to pursue careers in the science and engineering workforce. She was also able to counsel them on the challenges and societal issues facing women in society.
Ms. Hoblit also previously served as a victim legal advocate in Maseru, Lesotho for the Beautiful Dream Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending human trafficking and the exploitation of vulnerable people. It was here that she honed her passion for social justice and legal advocacy. While in Lesotho, Ms. Hoblit was part of a legal team that helped prosecute the first ever human trafficking case in the country’s history. Her responsibilities included working with victims to prepare them for their trial testimony. She also helped author a trial preparation manual for the attorneys and witnesses involved in the case.
From 2017 to 2020, Ms. Hoblit continued to advocate for the needs of others as a special education teacher at a Title 1 school in San Antonio, Texas. Here, Rachel provided inclusion services to students with special needs in a mainstream classroom setting. Rachel also served as case manager for her students where she advocated for them in ARD proceedings. It was her advocacy in the special education classroom and ARD process that would later inform her decision to include guardianship, juvenile law and special education advocacy in her legal practice.
Ms. Hoblit has a varied law practice. Since joining the firm in June of 2020, Ms. Hoblit has represented clients in matters ranging from breach of contract to family law issues. In addition, she has served as attorney ad litem and guardian ad litem representing the interests of the elderly, families, and children. Ms. Hoblit thrives on providing legal counsel and support to individuals as she helps to navigate the legal system on their behalf.
In her free time, Ms. Hoblit enjoys fishing the gulf coast and spending time at her family’s ranch.