REBECCA L. WILLIAMSON
Legal Assistant - Marjorie Champagne
REBECCA L. WILLIAMSON
Rebecca L. Williamson graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in their nationally recognized Criminology and Criminal Justice undergraduate program. During her undergraduate years she had the honor of serving as President of her sorority, Vice President of Programming for Panhellenic, Vice President of Programming for leadership honor society Order of Omega, Assistant Director of Homecoming and a Resident Assistant for University Housing. She was also a member of Panhellenic honor society Rho Lambda and Florida State’s selective leadership society Garnet and Gold Key. Rebecca moved back to her hometown of Orlando, Florida to attend Florida A&M University College of Law located in the heart of downtown. During her law school career she maintained employment with Thomas Reuters Westlaw performing group presentations on legal research. Rebecca was also a student member of the American Bar Association, ABA Health Law Section, ABA Business Law Section, ABA Dispute Resolution Section, ABA Employment Law Section, Orange County Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, Animal Legal Defense Fund and the American Association for Justice. Rebecca began her employment working for Mr. Bocchino during law school, beginning in 2012, focusing on medical malpractice, insurance and corporation defense claims.
As she has a passion for mediation, Rebecca successfully completed the Florida Supreme Court Certified County Court and Circuit Court Mediation Training Programs. She is currently fulfilling her remaining requirements to become a certified mediator in the state of Florida, which she anticipates to receive this year. Rebecca has also been selected to serve as the Vice Chair for the Dispute Resolution Committee for the Young Lawyers Section of the American Bar Association. As a member of the Orange County Bar Association she serves as the Chair of the Insurance Law Committee, volunteers as a mediator for the association’s Citizen Dispute Project and serves as a Guardian Ad Litem for Legal Aid.