Rebecca is a partner at international aviation and aerospace law firm, HodgkinsonJohnston. Rebecca was formerly an aviation and corporate advisory lawyer at Clayton Utz.

Rebecca advises Australian and international clients on aviation matters including legislative and regulatory matters, sale and purchase of aircraft and safety and security issues.

Rebecca completed Law (Honours) / Arts (Politics & International Relations) degrees at the University of Notre Dame Australia. She also studied in Washington DC while undertaking a congressional internship on Capitol Hill.

Rebecca is an editor of the Aviation Law Association of Australia and New Zealand's Aviation Briefs and also an editor of Aviation and Climate Change Law & Policy, produced in conjunction with US law firm Condon & Forsyth.

Experience

  • 2015–present
    Partner, HodgkinsonJohnston
  • 2014–2016
    Adjunct Lecturer - Aviation Law, University of Notre Dame Australia
  • 2012–2015
    Lawyer, Clayton Utz
  • 2009–2009
    Congressional Intern, United States House of Representatives

Education

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    Catholic University of America - Washington DC, Bachelor of Arts (Politics and International Relations)
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    University of Notre Dame Australia, Bachelor of Arts (Politics and International Relations)
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    University of Notre Dame Australia, Bachelor of Laws (Honours)