Rebekah P. Nickerson

Rebekah P. Nickerson

Associate

Contact Info

Phone: (410) 332-8983
Fax: (410) 332-8862

Primary Office

Baltimore
500 E. Pratt Street
Suite 900
Baltimore, MD 21202-3133

Rebekah P. Nickerson

Associate

Rebekah P. Nickerson

Rebekah Nickerson is a member of the Litigation Department in the Firm's Baltimore office. She maintains a general litigation practice and handles a variety of matters involving complex commercial disputes.

Before joining the Firm, Rebekah was a law clerk for the Honorable Joseph Getty, now Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals. While earning her J.D. at the University of Baltimore School of Law, she was a summer associate at Saul  Ewing Arnstein & Lehr. She also was a research assistant for law school Professor Charles Tiefer, who studies legislative practices in the U.S. Congress and Maryland General Assembly. She also worked in the Maryland State Senate, where she served as an advocate for constituent concerns in partnership with local and state agencies.

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Credentials and Accolades

Education

J.D., University of  Baltimore School of  Law, 2020

  • Class Valedictorian
  • Executive Board, Production Editor, University of Baltimore Law Review
  • Royal Graham Shannonhouse III Honor Society
  • Law Scholar – Contracts II, Law and Economics, Criminal Law

B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2014

Bar Admissions

Maryland

Clerkships

The Honorable Joseph Getty, now Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals

Rebekah Nickerson is a member of the Litigation Department in the Firm's Baltimore office. She maintains a general litigation practice and handles a variety of matters involving complex commercial disputes.

Before joining the Firm, Rebekah was a law clerk for the Honorable Joseph Getty, now Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals. While earning her J.D. at the University of Baltimore School of Law, she was a summer associate at Saul  Ewing Arnstein & Lehr. She also was a research assistant for law school Professor Charles Tiefer, who studies legislative practices in the U.S. Congress and Maryland General Assembly. She also worked in the Maryland State Senate, where she served as an advocate for constituent concerns in partnership with local and state agencies.