• University of Kent


  • The Law Society of Ontario (LSO) – 2017


  • Member of the Law Society of Ontario
  • Member of the Hamilton Lawyers Association
  • Member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association

Rebbecca was born in Oakville, Ontario, and while growing up she lived in both Oakville and Hamilton. After completing her High School education, her passion and dedication to helping the vulnerable, especially children, led her to living and volunteering in Huancayo, Peru.

Rebbecca began her post-secondary education at Queen’s University. During her time at Queen’s, Rebbecca worked at Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre, and was on the Dean’s Honour List. A lecture from a visiting lawyer inspired her to pursue a legal education. Rebbecca obtained her LL.B. from the University of Kent, located in the historic city of Canterbury, England. In her final year, she completed a thesis that earned a first-class mark.

Prior to working at Lamont Law, Rebbecca worked as a Court Monitor. In this role, she saw first-hand what an injury victim’s experience is, and plaintiff civil litigation as a way to help the vulnerable.

Rebbecca was called to the Bar in 2017, and is a member of The Law Society of Ontario, the Hamilton Lawyers Association, and the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.


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