After working for several years in the trenches of a Silicon Valley technology company, Rebecca understands that the needs of emerging companies are both complex and fast-paced, and that strategic versatility is essential in the face of novel and difficult challenges.

Compelled by the legal needs of innovators and entrepreneurs, she brings that versatility to every client relationship, and as she learns about the client’s unique strengths, she works to develop a dynamic and solution-oriented approach to achieve their objectives. When outside the office, you can find Rebecca trying out a new workout class, downing more than her fair share of ramen, and ticking new places off of her bucket list.


J.D., Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University

Law, Science, and Technology Certificate, Intellectual Property Concentration

Associate Editor, Law Journal for Social Justice

B.A., Organizational Psychology, University of Arizona

Before Weiss Brown:

Gigya (Acquired by SAP)

Intern, Securities Fraud Prosecution, Division of Law, New Jersey Attorney General

Intern, Fraud and Public Corruption, Criminal Division, Arizona Attorney General

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