Rebecca was born and raised here in Knoxville. The only time she has lived elsewhere is when she attended the University of Georgia to participate in the University’s prestigious Honors Program. Rebecca graduated with a Degree of Bachelor of Arts, Summa Cum Laude (with Highest Honors) and then attended and graduated from the University of Georgia Law School, Cum Laude (with Honors).
During her summers in law school Rebecca clerked for the Knox County District Attorney General’s Office and upon graduation from law school Rebecca accepted a position with the district attorney’s office where she practiced as an assistant district attorney in the DUI court for four years. This experience provided Rebecca daily courtroom experience where she conducted numerous hearings and trials.
Then January 1, 2000 Rebecca opened her own law practice in Franklin Square. A second office followed in early 2012 when Rebecca opened another office in North Knox County in the Powell Community.
Rebecca has conducted numerous hearings and trials at the trial court level and her experience has made her very skilled and comfortable in the courtroom.
Rebecca has also filed and presented oral arguments at the appellate level as well.
Mediation is also a part of Rebecca’s law practice she has participated in numerous mediations as a divorce attorney. Rebecca has also served in the role of mediator. Rebecca is a Rule 31 Listed Family Mediator in the State of Tennessee.
Rebecca’s life experiences and professional experience have made her a skilled communicator both in the courtroom and in negotiations.
Rebecca listens to her clients and has compassion - understanding that this is not just a legal case to you this is your life.
Rebecca is a born again Christian. She is blessed with a wonderful husband and two beautiful children. Rebecca and her family enjoy time at the beach, swimming, hiking, snow tubing, playing board games and family movie nights.
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