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Harshita Rathore is an associate in the Healthcare Law practice group at Brach Eichler, focusing her practice on general corporate, transactional, and regulatory matters.

Health care organizations value Harshita’s dedication and tenacity that she brings with her as well as her. She helps health care clients ensure compliance with federal and state regulations and guides them through a wide variety of transactional matters. She works with clients throughout the health care industry, including health systems, providers, ambulatory centers, and assisted living facilities.

During law school, Harshita taught and devised course materials for graduate seminars and mentored students and developed updated curriculum. She also worked as a research assistant where she interpreted the decisions and advisory opinions of Inter-American Court of Human Rights.

As a first-generation immigrant and one of the few Indian attorneys in the U.S., Harshita has also been involved in Immigration Law. She has worked on CARES act and immigration policies as part of her internship with Rutgers Law School Dean. She is currently assisting Isabelle Bibet-Kalinyak, esq. on immigration matters.


  • South Asian Bar Association of New Jersey
  • New Jersey State Bar Association
  • Published Works – “The Super-Villain of The Plant Kingdom: Japanese Knotweed and It’s Never Ending Saga,” Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy, Volume 18 Issue 1, Fall 2020