We are super excited to welcome two outstanding individuals to our firm:
Arley Kemmerer and Rachel Rubino. Among many other things, both are competitive
pro-cyclists and solid supporters of women’s cycling.
Arley earned her law degree from the University of the District of Columbia
(UDC), David A. Clarke School of Law. The mission of this urban law school
is to promote social justice through the law. Given that training, it’s
no surprise that Arley went on to establish her own law firm specializing
in family law, and also to serve low-income residents through the Public
Defender’s Office in Carbon County.
As of August 2018, Attorney Kemmerer joins Piscitello Law and will be Of
Counsel for cycling matters. Arley’s extensive legal and cycling
experience puts her in a strong position to defend cycling rights and
to advocate for safer infrastructure, laws and awareness. More on
Rachel Rubino attended Adelphi University and later worked as a bicycle
courier to support her music career as she toured overseas in various
bands. Her cycling career took off and by 2015 she competed in Belgium
at the Scheldecross Antwerp. To date, Rachel has competed in 3 consecutive
National Championship races.
During the day, Rachel is a bicycle mechanic and service manager at Philadelphia’s
Bicycle Therapy. In “off” hours, she speaks at cycling workshops
and clinics in the Northeast region. Rachel and Arley co-founded Fearless
Femme CX (cyclocross), the only pro-cyclocross team with an all-women’s
roster and the only team supported by a female bicycle mechanic.
Rachel’s experience enables her to share best practices in bike maintenance
to promote cycling safety. She brings a unique skill set to Piscitello
Law as both a cycling advocate and technical expert. More on
As we welcome Arley and Rachel, we also extend our deep gratitude to Attorney
Greg Lepore for his contribution to Piscitello Law. We send best wishes
to Greg and his family as they relocate to Virginia for new adventures!
Rachel & Arley racing for Fearless Femme CX