- Lawyer (Trademarks, Copyright, IP Litigation)
Rebecca is a lawyer and U.S.-qualified attorney at Shift Law where she specializes in trademark and copyright litigation, trademark prosecution (Canada and U.S.), trademark opposition proceedings and providing intellectual property clearance opinions.
Rebecca is a graduate of the Canadian and American Dual Juris Doctor program through the universities of Windsor and Detroit Mercy Law where she obtained both a Canadian and an American law degree. Prior to law school Rebecca obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from Queen’s University.
At law school, Rebecca was active in student and community life as an executive member of the Jewish Law Students Association, as a Faculty Council Representative on Windsor Law’s Student Law Society and volunteering with Windsor Community Legal Aid. She also served as a Teaching Assistant for the Comparative Legal Writing and Research course at Detroit Mercy Law. After her first year, Rebecca completed a Judicial Internship with the Honourable Terrence G. Berg in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
Prior to joining Shift Law as an Associate, Rebecca summered and articled at another boutique intellectual property firm in downtown Toronto.
Rebecca is admitted to the Bars of Ontario and Minnesota.
In her spare time Rebecca enjoys reading, doing yoga, and baking anything with chocolate.