Rebekah Martin Burchfiel
Rebekah Martin Burchfiel concentrates her practice in the area of estate planning. She is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and the Oklahoma County Bar Association. Rebekah is admitted to practice in Oklahoma, the Northern District of Oklahoma Bankruptcy Court, the Eastern District of Oklahoma Bankruptcy Court, and all federal courts in Oklahoma.
Prior to joining the firm in November 2018, Rebekah’s practice focused on civil litigation. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma in May 2017. During law school, Rebekah was a Dean’s Leadership Fellow, a May M. Walker scholar, a University of Oklahoma Merit Scholar, a Phi Delta Phi member, and a Ruth Bader Ginsburg Inn of Court member. Rebekah also served as Writing Competition Editor for the American Indian Law Review and a Class Mentor to the Class of 2018. Her law review comment, Defending the Cobell Buy-Back Program, 41 Am. Indian L. Rev. 91 (2016), was selected for publication. While pursuing her Juris Doctor, Rebekah volunteered for Legal Aid of Oklahoma and interned with the City Attorney’s Office for the City of Norman, the Criminal Appeals Division of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office, and Holden & Montejano. She received B.A. in Political Science with a Minor in International Studies, from the University of Oklahoma in May 2014, where she graduated cum laude and was selected as a “Big Woman on Campus.”