N. Rebecca A. Turner specializes in business counseling and formation, cannabis law, complex commercial litigation, employment law, general litigation, product liability, toxic tort, and trucking and transportation. Rebecca is skilled in guiding clients through every aspect of the litigation process, and she has built her legal career through experience working for law firms, as in-house counsel, and as a founder and managing partner of her own law firm. Notably, her professional accomplishments include defending the largest sober living home operator in the country from the U.S. Department of Labor, in a wage and hour/FLSA case of first impression.
Rebecca earned her J.D. from Loyola University School of Law, completing her studies with a Civil Law Certificate and an International Law Certificate. As a result of her academic achievements, Rebecca was awarded a tuition scholarship for all three years of law school, and received additional scholarship funds through the Exxon Scholars, the Adams and Reese Scholarship, and the Airport Executives Scholarship programs. She also earned a Student Bar Association Merit Award in Common Law Property and a Corpus Juris Secundum Award, and worked as a research assistant in International Regulation of Financial Services & Foreign Investments. In addition, she was elected Magister of Black Inn for the Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, was on the Race Judicata 5k Steering Committee; and served on the Board of Directors of Women with a Vision, Inc. Prior to law school she obtained a B.A. in American Government and Women’s Studies from Smith College, and a General Course Diploma from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Rebecca is admitted to practice law in California and Louisiana.