The Center for Medicare Advocacy is pleased to announce the additions of attorneys Eric Krupa and Rachel Oest to our staff. Ms. Oest and Mr. Krupa join the Center’s team that focuses on individual advocacy and education on behalf of Medicare beneficiaries.
Prior to joining the Center for Medicare Advocacy, Eric Krupa was a fellowship attorney for Pine Tree Legal Assistance – Maine’s oldest and largest civil legal services provider. Before that he clerked for Superior Court Judge Peter A. Bogaard in New Jersey and was also a human rights attorney with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities. Mr. Krupa graduated from Hunter College and Notre Dame Law School. He is licensed to practice law in Connecticut and Maine.
Before joining the Center, Rachel Oest completed two judicial clerkships with the Alaska Court System, at the trial and appellate levels. Ms. Oest graduated from Mercyhurst University in 2014 and received her law degree from Vermont Law School in 2018. She is a member of the Alaska Bar.