Rebekah is a Director of McNamara Law, being the firm’s first female director since their inception over 100 years ago. Rebekah’s career at McNamara Law began in 2003 upon her graduation from high school. Since then her journey through the ranks has been marked by dedication, hard work and a deep commitment to her clients.
Rebekah practices exclusively in the area of Wills and Estates Law, helping clients with their estate planning needs, assisting those who have lost loved ones and advising clients through the difficulties of litigation in the contentious Wills and Estates space. Rebekah’s expertise were recognised by the Queensland Law Society in 2021 when she was named as the Queensland Law Society’s Regional Practitioner of the Year.
Rebekah has been a chamber committee member since 2022 and she provides a valuable contribution within the decision-making of the chamber. She enjoys socialising with members and building relationships through networking at chamber events. She had her introduction to MC’ing when she was the MC of the GSCC 2022 International Women’s Day function.
When she isn’t in the office or assisting the chamber, Rebekah enjoys spending quality time with her husband and their two young daughters, Gabriella and Sadie. You will also find Rebekah on the sidelines of the netball courts on a weekend, coaching her daughter’s netball team.
Rebekah lives within the Greater Springfield region, her children attend school within the Greater Springfield region and the McNamara Law office where Rebekah is based for work is in Springfield Central. Being a local in all aspects of her life, as well as being a Director of a local law firm, means she has a deep understanding of the Greater Springfield community and the needs of the businesses in the region.