Rebekah Ramirez

Paralegal and Office Manager (FL Office)

Rebekah serves as IJ Florida’s Paralegal and Office Manager. After four years working at the Arlington office, Rebekah moved to Florida to open the Miami office in 2011. Her responsibilities include preparing and filing legal documents in courts across the country, assisting with all South Florida Federalist Society events, and all tasks associated with running the Florida office. Rebekah received her Bachelor of Science degree in Law & American Civilization in 2003 from Towson University and her Master of Arts degree in Legal & Ethical Studies from the University of Baltimore in 2005.

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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit