Rebecca is a global professional support lawyer responsible for developing the knowledge strategy for the Antitrust & Competition practice. Her main areas of responsibility are coordinating client-facing knowledge and innovation projects and developing associated materials, implementing legal projects to support the knowledge needs of the global practice, and providing legal & professional support, in particular through professional skills training and mentoring.
Prior to becoming a professional support lawyer, Rebecca practised antitrust & competition law at leading firms in London and Brussels, where she gained significant experience of advising on complex investigations by the European Commission and UK Competition & Markets Authority.
Rebecca also spent four years at an international financial PR firm, providing strategic communications advice to clients involved in high-profile competition cases, as well as advising on a range of corporate reputation issues.
University of Law, LPC
University of Bristol, LLB (Euro)
Université de Rouen, Licence en Droit
- England and Wales