Rebecca Neubauer knew from a young age that her goal in life was to advocate for people facing challenging situations.
Starting in 2012, as a full-time law student, Rebecca had the opportunity to clerk at other Chicago-based law firms focusing her work on catastrophic personal injury matters. Rebecca also clerked for the Honorable Elizabeth M. Budzinski, Cook County Circuit Court, where she prepared judicial opinions on civil cases. These experiences solidified Rebecca’s passion for helping those who have suffered injustices and further inspired her to become a personal injury attorney.
Hired by Romanucci & Blandin as a law clerk in 2013 and promoted to associate attorney in 2014, Rebecca has worked in a variety of personal injury matters, including medical malpractice, construction negligence, and nursing home negligence.
Rebecca graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law, making Dean’s List throughout her law school tenure and completing three courses in Trial Advocacy. She earned her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in political science with a minor in Middle Eastern studies. Rebecca actively fundraises and volunteers through the Young Lawyers Group of the Jewish United Fund.
J.D., Chicago-Kent College of Law, 2014
- Merit Scholarship Recipient
B.A., University of Wisconsin, 2011
- llinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA)
- Public Justice Foundation
- Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA)
- Chicago Bar Association (CBA)
- Chicago-Kent Young Alumni Council
- Decalogue Society of Lawyers
- Jewish United Fund, Young Lawyers Group
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Illinois, 2014
- Northern District of Illinois, 2014