Rebekah Thomas’ developing litigation practice encompasses a variety of practice areas, including business disputes, real estate matters and family law. She has a particular focus on landlord tenant negotiations, both residential and commercial.
Mrs. Thomas family law experience is especially developed, as she has spent the first four years of her career focusing on family law issues.
Mrs. Thomas graduated from Emory University School of Law in December 2015. After graduating, she took and passed the California Bar Exam in February 2016. She then started her career at the Legal Aid Society of Orange County where she specialized in representing victims of violence in family law and related matters. Mrs. Thomas often represented clients in landlord tenant disputes and even consumer debt lawsuits.
Mrs. Thomas is currently an adjunct professor at Santa Ana College teaching courses in Legal Terminology and Business Environment.
2020 President-Elect, Thurgood Marshall Bar Association
Orange County Bar Association
American Bar Association
California State Bar