Rebecca Rogers is an associate (pending bar admission) in Berger Kahn’s South Orange County office. She primarily focuses on insurance coverage and labor and employment.
Rebecca attended Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law in Orange and graduated in May of 2023 in the top 18% of her class. At Chapman, Rebecca received CALI Awards for the highest grades in Property I and Torts II. Rebecca was also very active within the law school’s student organizations as the Co-President of the Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF), Vice President of the Asian Pacific American Law School Association, and Treasurer of the Criminal Law Society. As Co-President of PILF, she organized a raffle that raised over $14,000 in summer grant funds for Chapman students who were working unpaid or low-paying summer jobs. She was also an active board member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board, a Student Director for the 1L Sibling Program, an Academic Fellow for Property I and Criminal Law, a Constitutional Law Research Assistant for Professor James Phillips, and Chapman Admissions Volunteer.
Prior to law school, Rebecca graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle with a B.S in Psychology in 2016. During her time at the University of Washington, she kept herself busy with her role as Treasurer of the Ladies of STEM organization while taking on the positions of research assistant and teaching assistant for classes such as Psychology Research Methods and Human Physiology.
During her free time, Rebecca enjoys exploring Orange County’s best restaurants, watching cooking competition shows, and playing tennis.