Becca began her journey with The Ledger Law Firm and immediately escalated in the ranks to Case Manager . Her initial role in the intake department has since evolved, and she currently lends her support to Attorney Bruce Cyra by handling cases from Washington state. Within this framework, she assumes the responsibility of coordinating the various puzzle pieces, making sure the team works together smoothly. This entails meticulously looking at each individual case to identify and avoid issues that might hinder progress.
Perhaps Becca’s greatest impact is her responsibility in creating demands, a task that essentially involves tackling the challenge of telling the client’s story and doing it justice. She skillfully presents evidence and arguments to show how an accident can affect someone’s entire life.
Her professional trajectory has allowed her to work with vulnerable children, survivors of Colombia’s armed conflict, victims of sexual violence, and incarcerated individuals.
Becca’s choice to pursue a legal education was rooted in her admiration for her grandfather, a lawyer, a veteran and a writer. This admiration, her affinity for literature and writing, and her innate inclination to help others, paved the way for her legal career. If she hadn’t opted for the legal world, Becca believes she would be performing in the world psychology, a profession where her innate ability to listen, empathize, and guide those navigating difficult life circumstances would have served her well.
Recognizing the importance of balance, Becca finds happiness among her family, friends, and spirituality. As a wanderer, she is motivated by the opportunity to explore diverse cultures and hidden gems across the globe. Physical activity is integral to her life, as evidenced by her love for pilates and dancing. Her fondness for animals is clear as the joyful mom of an English Pointer dog, who she loves with the same level of care and affection she has for her own child.
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