Rebekah Molasky is an associate attorney who graduated from the University of Miami School of law in 2020. During law school, Rebekah clerked for a high profile personal injury law firm in Miami specializing in catastrophic injury and wrongful death. Rebekah also was a Certified Legal Intern at the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office in the Felony and Jail Crimes units.
During her time at UM Law, she was president of the Cardozo Jewish Legal Society and was an Intern for the Professional Responsibility and Ethics Program (PREP), receiving the Dean’s Certificate of Achievement. Prior to attending the University of Miami School of Law Rebekah Attended Indiana University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with minors in Law and Public Policy, and Advocacy and Communication in 2017. While at Indiana University, Rebekah served as the president of both Students Supporting Israel and the Political Science Club. She also served as a Case Manager at Indiana University’s Department of Student Rights, was elected to represent students as a Student Senator, and a member of Pi Sigma Alpha Honors Fraternity. Rebekah has also testified at the Indiana State Senate in support of a bill condemning the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement against Israel which was ultimately signed into law. She grew up in South Florida and graduated from American Heritage School in Plantation, Florida.
Rebekah currently handles cases in the areas of personal injury and also first party litigation representing home and business owners in their claims against their insurance carriers as a result of water, fire, and hurricane damage.