Rebekah completed a Bachelor of Law at the University of Technology, Sydney. She qualified for a degree with Honours after completing a Thesis in relation to Collaborative Law. Rebekah has completed her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, has obtained her Masters in Applied Family Law and is now an Accredited Specialist in Family Law. In 2018, Rebekah completed her Advance Training in Collaborative Practice and is a qualified Collabrative Lawyer. In April 2020, Rebekah was appointed to the Independent Children's Lawyer Panel by Legal Aid NSW and is now qualified to act as an ICL, representing the best interests of children in Family Law disputes before the Court.
Since her admission she has practiced exclusively in Family Law. Prior to admission and whilst studying, Rebekah worked in other Law Firms and a local Financial Planning and Accounting firm which provided her with a wider scope of understanding in her pursuit of a successful career in law.
Rebekah has expertise and experience in all aspects of Family Law and is able to effectively manage both the negotiation aspects and litigations aspects of her client’s matters. Rebekah recognises the stressful situation clients often find themselves in and always seeks to achieve the best possible outcome for her clients in a cost effective and timely manner. Her ability to communicate with and provide advice to clients in an understanding and empathic manner is an important aspect of the way in which she supports her clients. To compliment her specialty in Family Law Rebekah also has experience in Wills and Estate planning, Estate Administration and Claims and Conveyancing matters.
Rebekah is also involved in various Community Associations through direct support and fundraising. She is particularly involved with the Mater Dei Organisation and chairs the committee for the Lipstick Ladies Luncheon.
Outside of work, Rebekah loves living in the local Camden area, spending time with her family and travelling.