Rebekah Hudgins has a passion for problem solving and effective legal writing that allows her to develop persuasive arguments and obtain tangible results for her clients. She is a thoughtful and dependable attorney whose practice primarily focuses on tort litigation. Rebekah provides unmatched attention to each of her cases, and strives not only to meet, but exceed client expectations.
Rebekah attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City where she received a Bachelor of Science in Advertising and Marketing Communications. While studying at the Fashion Institute, Rebekah excelled in her business law course and this newfound passion for the law led her to law school and ultimately a career as a legal advocate. Rebekah received her law degree from the Texas Tech University School of Law, where she served as both an articles editor to the Texas Tech Law Review and as a contributing writer to the Texas Bank Lawyer. During law school, Rebekah was fortunate to serve as an intern to the Honorable Justice Debra H. Lehrmann of the Supreme Court of Texas.
- Author, Litigation Update: Court Concludes Determining Whether Communications Involving In-House Counsel are Privileged is “Complicated”, KRCL website (February 2018)
- Author, Litigation Update: Back to the Basics: One Item Defense Counsel Must Check After the Filing of a New Lawsuit, KRCL website (August 2017)
- Co-author, Unwitting Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege, 30th Annual Construction Law Conference for the Texas State Bar (2 March 2017)