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Rebecca Brogan, the youngest of four, was raised by a single parent serving in the United States Air Force. Growing up, Rebecca’s father taught her the importance of resilience and of the strength which comes from relying on the resources available to you. Despite combatting a speech impediment, limited financial resources, and a childhood of relocating often, Rebecca succeeded in becoming the first attorney in her family. Due in no small part to the support her family received from the passionate educators who helped her shoulder those burdens.
Prior to law school, Rebecca attended Texas Tech University, where she obtained her Bachelor of General Studies degree with concentrations in History, Political Science, and Legal Studies. Rebecca earned her law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law, where she served as a graduate research assistant, the Executive Vice President of the Student Bar Association, and Student Writing Editor for the Texas Tech Law Review. Additionally, she was involved with the Organization of Women Law Students, The Board of Barristers, and served as a student leader supporting the offices of Admissions and Student Life. Upon graduation, she took the Texas Uniform Bar Exam and joined Walsh Gallegos in the Fall of 2022.
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