Overview

Rebecca Singleton is a motivated and accomplished litigator with an unwavering commitment to securing the best outcomes for her clients.

Informed by almost a decade of working in the international humanitarian space, Rebecca’s diverse practice is grounded by collaboration, proactive communication, and careful strategizing. Prior to litigation, Rebecca worked in risk management and dispute resolution on complex disputes with non-governmental organizations, community organizations, businesses, and governments.  Her high-stakes experience translates to providing the utmost care and attention for her clients, and well-researched and calculated strategies to secure the best outcomes.

Rebecca’s practice is also noted for her work ethic and attention to detail. Within the first two years of practicing, she won a preliminary injunction on behalf of her client in a novel First Amendment case. She also took the lead on a Public Records Act case, which recently received a favorable outcome at the Washington State Supreme Court.

Clients.  Rebecca’s clients include individuals, companies, and public entities across multiple sectors.

In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys exploring the outdoors, travelling, and cooking.

Credentials

Education

  • Northeastern University School of Law, J.D., 2020

Full Tuition Merit Scholar

Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy Fellow, 2019

Human Rights Caucus, Chair

International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP)

  • Southern Oregon University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2012

Education Coordinator, Burmese Women’s Refugee Cooperative, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Admissions

  • Washington State Bar Association
  • King County Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association for the Western District of Washington

Clerkships

  • Clerkship with the Honorable Marsha J. Pechman, US District Court for Western District of Washington, 2022-2024

Publications & Speaking Engagements

Publications:

  • Conducted legal research, edited, fact-checked, and authored legal citations for two articles, published in the Fordham Urban Law Journal and the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law
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