Attorney

Rebecca
Smock

Attorney

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Rebecca concentrates on a number of commercial areas including franchise and distribution and mergers and acquisitions. She has experience in corporate governance, negotiating commercial agreements, acquisition financing, and general corporate matters. Before joining Moye White, Rebecca was an associate in the New York office of an international law firm where she was a member of their Corporate Group.

Rebecca attended law school at The University of Pennsylvania where she received her Juris Doctor and the Wharton Certificate in Management from the Wharton School. Rebecca was an associate editor of the Journal of Law and Social Change and participated in a variety of internships, externships, and pro bono activities. These include the Federal Defender Death Penalty Externship, the Custody and Support Assistance Clinic and the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office internship through the Animal Law Project. Additionally, Rebecca was a member of the Animal Law Project and the Black Law Students Association.

After graduating from college and before attending law school, Rebecca returned home to the US Virgin Islands to act as a Special Assistant to the Governor in the Office of the Governor, focusing primarily on issues affecting children and families in the US Virgin Islands.

Rebecca is passionate about art and the outdoors, and in her spare time Rebecca enjoys painting, hiking, skiing and looking for inspiration with her dog.

Rebecca is licensed to practice in Colorado, New York and the US Virgin Islands.